Livingston vs Hibernian Betting Tips and Prediction
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Hibernian will play Livingston at the Toni Macaroni Stadium on Saturday in an effort to keep their perfect record in the Scottish Premiership.
The hosts, meanwhile, will be aiming to win their second straight top-flight match after their narrow victory over Dundee United last weekend.
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Livingston vs Hibernian Tips and Prediction
Livingston recovered from losing to Rangers at home on the first weekend of the new season to beat Dundee United by a slim margin last Saturday.
Four minutes after the half, Cristian Montano scored the game’s lone goal to extend their three-game winning streak against the Tangerines.
Including a six-game unbeaten streak at the conclusion of the previous season, David Martindale’s team has now lost just one of their last eight Premier League games, and they enter this weekend’s matchup with an exceptional recent head-to-head record against Hibs.
The Edinburgh team has been defeated by Livingston in each of their past three encounters, with a away victory in January sandwiched between two home triumphs.
The Lions will be attempting to put together a strong run of form in the upcoming weeks, which include games against Motherwell, Aberdeen, Hearts, and Hibs before facing Celtic on September 10. The Lions will play Hibs on Saturday.
Lawrence Shankland scored the game’s first goal in the first half, but Martin Boyle made the perfect Easter Road comeback by tying the score with a dramatic goal in the 95th minute. This caused wild celebrations from the home crowd and forced both teams to split the points.
Boyle, who has scored against Livingston in two of his past three league games, will be looking to contribute this weekend for Lee Johnson’s team once more.
Hibs would remain unbeaten through their first three Premiership games if they managed at least a draw on Saturday for the fourth time in the previous five seasons.
The Edinburgh team, on the other hand, has lost three of its last four matches at the Toni Macaroni Stadium without scoring.
On Saturday’s Premiership match, both teams will be in a good mood and believe they can earn all three points.
They may have to settle for a score draw on this occasion because West Lothian will host a hard contested match between two evenly matched sides.