Bitesize Prediction: Motherwell vs. Hibernian – 8/1/23

Bitesize Prediction: Motherwell vs. Hibernian – 8/1/23

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Competition: Scottish Premiership

Market: Both teams score

Odds: 10/11 @ 888sport

Motherwell, two sides seeking a much-needed Premiership boost on Sunday afternoon, will welcome Hibernian to Fir Park.

Starting with the hosts while Motherwell may have last opened in 2023 with a 1-1 draw at Livingston, the Steelmen find themselves in the midst of a home nightmare. Although they impressed many across Scotland last season when they secured fifth place, Steven Hammell’s men are certainly back on earth this time around. The Lanarkshire-based team have just three-points buffer to slip to the bottom of the Premiership table and have recorded just a single top-flight win in the last 10 attempts. With that extended blip stretching back to October 4, Motherwell should also have concerns about her paltry form on home soil. In fact, Sunday’s hosts have remarkably picked just a single Premiership point at Fir Park from their last five appearances.

As for the visitors, while Hibernian did clinch a much-needed 4-0 win at home against Livingston last month, it seems that was just a small boost for the Edinburgh team. At the start of 2023 with a terrible performance as they were eventually met 3-0 by Hearts there is still a lot of pressure on Lee Johnson’s shoulders. As the Premier League returns on 15 December with an action-packed 3-2 defeat at Rangers, the former Sunderland manager will have a real headache over his side’s rather glaring problems in defence. Hibs has lost nine of his last 11 top-flight showdowns – a streak dating back to October 8 – and has also scored ten goals since returning from the World Cup break.

Bet: Both teams to score in Motherwell vs Hibernian 10/11 for Sunday’s Scottish Premiership clash at 888sport

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