Editors’ best bets – Aberdeen’s winning price worth snaffling
Only another of those pesky last-minute equalisers – you know the sort – prevented our editors from a three-from-four success last time around. Not put off though, below are four more weekend offerings to mull over.
The Dons may be taking to the road here, but their price for a win being set at odds-against looks generous in the extreme, when you consider the form of St Mirren.
A single point from six league games is a woeful return for the sinking Saints and although third-placed Aberdeen have that August loss at Hearts as a blot on their copybook, three straight wins and five successive games without conceding, says they’ll only be one winner here.
Staying in Scotland, the SPL leaders Inverness look well priced to end Hibernian’s five-game unbeaten streak as they are so strong at the Caledonian Stadium, beating all-comers there this season without conceding in their three games to date.
Caley beat Hibs home and away last season too and have prevailed in this fixture 3-0 and 2-0 respectively in their most recent encounters in the north-east.
Wolfsberger may have held Austrian league leaders Salzburg last time, but they have lost their other four fixtures on their travels and normal service can be resumed at Rapid Vienna.
Rapid have only conceded once across their four league games at home and drew away to Wolfsberger on the opening day when blowing a two-goal lead.
Besiktas are a perfect four from four in Turkey and travel to an Antalyaspor side that are still waiting for their first victory, despite four of their five games being against opposition currently in the bottom eight of the league standings.
They have done the double over Antalyaspor in each of the last two Turkish seasons too.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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