Wednesday’s Football Bet of the Day sees me focus on the Scottish Premiership, and there is one side in particular who I am keen to get on side. 

⚽️ Kilmarnock vs Livingston

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⏰ Wednesday 7th February, 19:45

Kilmarnock will look to strengthen their position in the top-six as they welcome rock-bottom Livingston to Rugby Park in a fixture that I’ve come up with a bet builder to get the hosts on side.

Kilmarnock drew for the third time from their previous four Scottish Premiership matches, as they drew 1-1 away at Motherwell at the weekend. Derek McInnes’ hosts have now lost just one of their previous nine league outings (W4-D4-L1), with that defeat coming at Ibrox against Rangers. Only the Old Firm have collected more points than Kilmarnock at home in the Scottish Premiership this season – with Killie collecting 22 points from a possible 36 (W6-D4-L2) – and will be confident of seeing off their struggling opponents.

Livingston’s winless run in the Scottish Premiership was extended to 16 matches at the weekend (W0-D3-L13), as they fell to a 3-0 defeat at Ibrox in what was a routine victory for the title challengers, leaving Livi six points adrift off 11th-placed Ross County and nine points from automatic safety. David Martindale’s visitors actually lost just one of their opening four Premiership matches on their travels (W1-D2-L1) – and that was at Ibrox in a 4-0 defeat to Rangers – but have since gone on to lose each of their next eight, scoring just three goals in the process.

Bet of the Day

Kilmarnock have scored 27 goals across their opening 24 matches in the Scottish Premiership this season, with 18 (67%) of them coming at Rugby Park. Only 3rd-placed Hearts have prevented Killie from scoring in their last 10 league contests on home soil – with them scoring on multiple occasions in seven (70%) of them – and I’m backing them to bag a double for the sixth consecutive home match in all competitions against a Livi defence that has shipped multiple goals in seven of their previous eight Premiership matches, and in each of their last four away from home.

To nudge up the price, I’m happy to add in Killie to earn a minimum of four corners. The Ayrshire club have earned four or more corners in all bar one of their previous 23 Scottish Premiership matches – with the exception being at Celtic Park against Celtic – whilst Livingston have shipped a minimum of four corners in 11/12 (92%) of their road trips.

  • Kilmarnock to Score Over 1.5 Goals & Kilmarnock Over 3.5 Corners
  • Pays 21/20 (Bet365 Bet Builder)

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Leagues Tipped:
  1. Wibble 4 weeks ago

    Struggling to understand why you get a whole page for your bet when they lose time after time

  2. Asto85 4 weeks ago

    Really worse than that Wibble — one is expected to PAY HIM !

    • Wibble 4 weeks ago

      Jeeeez really?!

  3. Wibble 4 weeks ago

    Aaaaand another losing tip


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