EASTER ROAD has been the place for goals over the last 12 months and there is a cracking match in store today.

Hibs v St Johnstone (3pm)

It’s been some week for Hibs boss Neil Lennon and Wednesday night's disgraceful scenes have dominated the front and back pages of the newspapers.

He’ll be hoping the headlines this weekend are about football as his side host an in-form St Johnstone.

They’ve failed to beat St Johnstone in their last four attempts and this will be a tough game against a team who have won three on the spin and who enjoy theirs trips to Easter Road

We’ve kept clean sheets in those three wins but those were against teams with nowhere near the quality Hibs have.

I’m expecting this to be a cracking game with both sides scoring. We look a threat going forward and if we can score, over 2.5 goals should land as I don’t see us keeping a clean sheet and Hibs should win.

Recommended Bets

  • Over 2.5 match goals
  • (10-111, bet365) (NAP)

Will also be on both League One and Two first-half goals and over 1.5 match goals – you can do this with Sky Bet specials or manually at other bookies.

  • First half goals 60-1 and 66-1
  • Over 1.5 goals 22-1 and 25-1
1 Comment
  1. gup9y 4 years ago

    I was thinking the same Greg. Could well see a high scoring draw here

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