IT was a case of new manager, same old Hibs on Saturday as they dropped more precious Premiership points.

David Gray took temporary charge after Jack Ross’ sacking but was left frustrated as his side shipped a late equaliser to St Mirren.

It’s now just one win in 10 league games for the Hibees and they desperately need a morale boost tonight when Dundee come calling.

This is Hibs’ last game before Sunday’s League Cup Final with Celtic and McBookie make them 4/6 favourites to defeat the Dark Blues in Leith.

But it’s hard to trust a side who have been so flaky so I’m going for goals instead.

I tipped BTTS at the weekend in Paisley and fancy it again here at 21/20 (William Hill) as Dundee’s only blank in their last six games came at Ibrox.

Plenty of players will be facing their old club tonight, with Martin Boyle looking to haunt Dundee while Jason Cummings and Leigh Griffiths bid to shoot down Hibs.

Both Dens hitmen had to settle for coming off the bench at the weekend though so Boyle looks best value for anytime scorer tonight at 8/5 with Paddy Power.

Manchester United's visit to Brentford has been postponed but we should see goals when Manchester City host Leeds and I fancy the champions to win both halves at 20/21 with McBookie.

Super Singles

  • BTTS at Easter Road (21/20, William Hill)
  • Under 2.5 goals at Brentford (42/41, SBK)

McBookie Bet Builder

  • Combining over 2.5 goals at Hibs with over 0.5 first-half strikes pays 119/100.
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