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Wednesday's Scottish Premiership predictions including Celtic vs. Dundee

Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today's Scottish Premiership fixtures, including Celtic vs. Dundee.


Aberdeen vs. St Johnstone (Wednesday, 7.45pm)

Aberdeen interim manager Neil Warnock on February 6, 2024© Reuters

Aiming to get their pursuit of a top-six finish back on track, Aberdeen will welcome strugglers St Johnstone to Pittodrie Stadium on Wednesday night for a Scottish Premiership clash.

The Dons were defeated at the home of Kilmarnock on Saturday afternoon, while the Saints were unable to collect any points from their visit to St Mirren on the same day.

We say: Aberdeen 2-1 St Johnstone


Despite failing to win under the stewardship of Warnock, Aberdeen have edged closer to victory during their last two home matches, and we feel that Wednesday night could see a victory for the Dons at Pittodrie.

St Johnstone are in the midst of a rut that threatens to end their stay in the Premiership, and we cannot envisage the Saints earning anything from a clash with the Dons.

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Celtic vs. Dundee (Wednesday, 7.45pm)

Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers celebrates after the match on January 21, 2024© Reuters

Celtic play host to Dundee on Wednesday night trailing leaders Rangers by two points in the Scottish Premiership standings.

Meanwhile, Dundee make the trip to Glasgow looking to avoid defeat, a result that would ensure that they remain in the top six.

We say: Celtic 2-0 Dundee


The short turnaround for Celtic and emotions that came from the last game can, in theory, only benefit Dundee heading into this contest. Nevertheless, Rodgers has the ability to rotate his squad should he so wish, and we expect a professional performance and win for the home side.

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Hearts vs. Hibernian (Wednesday, 7.45pm)

Hearts manager Steven Naismith reacts on October 29, 2023© Reuters

Hearts will welcome rivals Hibernian to Tynecastle Park on Wednesday for an Edinburgh Derby.

Wednesday's hosts prevailed in a 1-0 away win in the last meeting and boast a strong lead in third place in the Scottish Premiership tabledespite a heavy defeat at the weekend.

We say: Hearts 2-1 Hibernian


While the two sides experienced contrasting results at the weekend, Hearts are still in the stronger vein of form, have enjoyed a better season and boast more quality than their visitors, and with home advantage we can only envisage them making it back-to-back Edinburgh Derby wins on Wednesday.

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Kilmarnock vs. Rangers (Wednesday, 7.45pm)

Rangers manager Philippe Clement on February 6, 2024© Reuters

Rangers make the trip to Kilmarnock on Wednesday evening looking for the victory that would keep them at the top of the Scottish Premiership standings.

At a time when the visitors hold a two-point lead over Celtic, Kilmarnock currently sit in fourth spot as they bid to remain as best of the rest behind the top three.

We say: Kilmarnock 0-2 Rangers


Although Rangers made light work of Hearts at the weekend, we do not expect the same to materialise here. Nevertheless, such is Rangers' momentum that we still back them to get the job done, albeit with a more hard-working performance.

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Livingston vs. Motherwell (Wednesday, 8.00pm)

Livingston manager David Martindale on August 12, 2023© Reuters

Striving to keep their faint hopes of avoiding the drop alive, Livingston will do battle with Motherwell at the Tony Macaroni Arena on Wednesday night in the Scottish Premiership.

The Lions came out on the losing side of a five-goal thriller with fellow strugglers Ross County on Saturday, whereas the Steelmen were unable to contain second-placed Celtic on the same day.

We say: Livingston 1-2 Motherwell


The nature of Livingston's defeat at Ross County on the weekend could have taken the wind out of the Lions' sails ahead of Wednesday's clash with Motherwell.

Having just faced off against Celtic, the Steelmen should be primed and ready to return to winning ways against a side who seem destined for the drop.

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