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Scottish Premiership Matches

Time Home Draw Away Betting

Saturday 19th April 2014

12:45

Motherwell (13/2)

Draw (19/5)

Celtic (4/7)

3-3

15:00

Hearts (68/29)

Draw (45/17)

Ross County (7/5)

2-0

15:00

Kilmarnock (47/23)

Draw (5/2)

Partick (13/8)

1-2

15:00

St Johnstone (47/23)

Draw (5/2)

Dundee Utd (13/8)

2-0

15:00

St Mirren (18/11)

Draw (5/2)

Hibernian (21/10)

2-0

Friday 25th April 2014

19:45

Partick (6/5)

Draw (9/4)

St Mirren (9/5)

All Odds

Saturday 26th April 2014

15:00

Aberdeen (8/13)

Draw (5/2)

St Johnstone (15/4)

All Odds

15:00

Dundee Utd (11/10)

Draw (9/4)

Motherwell (2)

All Odds

15:00

Ross County (6/5)

Draw (9/4)

Kilmarnock (9/5)

All Odds

Sunday 27th April 2014

12:45

Hibernian (8/11)

Draw (12/5)

Hearts (16/5)

All Odds

15:00

Celtic (3/10)

Draw (7/2)

Inverness (7)

All Odds

Scottish Premiership

Position Team Pts

1

Celtic

88

2

Aberdeen

64

3

Motherwell

60

4

Dundee Utd

54

5

Inverness

53

6

St Johnstn

48

7

Hibernian

34

8

Kilmarnock

33

9

Ross Cnty

31

10

St Mirren

31

11

Partick

30

12

Hearts

13

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