THERE are just three Premiership matches today but all could be interesting.

Sparks could fly in the Hamilton v Motherwell Lanarkshire derby, there should be goals at Hibs v Livingston and Aberdeen entertain Ross County three days after a dramatic Scottish Cup win at Kilmarnock.

Let's start at Easter Road and both teams have netted in the last seven meetings between the sides in the capital – five home wins and two draws.

I'd back that happily if it wasn't for Livi's away record. Gary Holt's men have won six in a row at home but just one out of 13 away since beating Ross County at the start of the season.

They haven't netted in their last three on the road but that has a decent chance of ending in Leith.

Hibs on the Marc but he's not first-scorer favourite

Hibs are on a decent run and are going for four wins in row.

Stats-wise Hibs and both to score is the call at 15-4 with bet365 while Hibs to win pays 5-4 at Ladbrokes.

Marc McNulty has made a difference since his arrival with four goals in three starts and is 6-4 to score again. Christian Doidge is 4-1 first-scorer favourite ahead of McNulty at 4-1.

Dons' great home record

Aberdeen should be on a high after their thrilling 4-3 extra-time win at Kilmarnock as they take on Ross County.

The Dons have a great record at home to the Dingwall men with eight wins in nine and have beaten them twice this season.

They are, however, no bigger than 8-15 with Ladbrokes and I like Sam Cosgrove at 9-4 with McBookie to score first after the big Englishman's dramatic double at Rugby Park.

Destruction derby

I'm going for goals at Hamilton with four of the last five meetings at the Foys going that way.

Accies' last seven have brought up this market – including clashes against Celtic and Rangers – with a remarkable 29 goals being scored.

Both to score pays 19-20 at sportingbet while a stats-based over 3.5 match goals is 11-4 at McBookie.

Europa League heroes back in action

The Old Firm are in action tomorrow after dramatic Europa League action on Thursday.

Rangers took the bragging rights with a stunning comeback against Braga but face a tough test at a revitalised St Johnstone. Again best bet for me is both to score at 21-20 with betfair.

Celtic are just 1-5 to beat Killie at home so have a look at Celtic and over 2.5 goals at 7-10 with Betway.

In the Championship games have been tough to call all season and that's emphasised by Morton being the shortest home at 9-10 against Alloa.

Wasps go doon the Clyde

Alloa are unbeaten in four and Morton have drawn their last three so this could be another stalemate at 11-4 with McBookie.

Arbroath can continue their play-off push by beating Ayr at home at 15-8 with McBookie while I'm on Dundee to win at a QoS side without a victory in five. They are 6-4 at McBookie.

In League One leaders Raith should celebrate making a final by beating Clyde at home. They are 4-6 at McBookie.

Falkirk look a little short at high-scoring Montrose and best bet could be both to score at 19-20 with sportingbet.

In League Two Cove are back on track after beating Edinburgh to open up a six-point gap at the top. They are 1-2 with Sky Bet at home to Queen's Park.

Recommended Bets

  • Hibs & Btts (15-4, bet365)
  • Hamilton vs Motherwell btts (19-20, sportingbet)
  • Cosgrove (Aberdeen) to score first (9-4, McBookie)
  • Falkirk vs Montrose btts (19-20, sportingbet)
  • St Johnstone vs Rangers btts (21-20, betfair) – Sunday

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