Hibernian vs Livingston Prediction
Hibernian and Livingston will be squaring off each other at Easter stadium in a highly-anticipated Premiership football clash. The Hibernians head into the clash following a boring goalless draw with Motherwell last weekend and no doubt they are eager to put an end to their four -match winless streak in all competitions this season. Ryan Porteous is back from ban, while Magennis and Clarke continue to miss out with injuries and non of them will take any part in this Mammoth football clash.
The Lions produced a fine display at Ibrox Stadium in their midweek football game but Rangers eventually picked up all three vital points thanks to Scott Arfield’s only goal of the game. Livingston are aiming to move closer to top four and seeing that they will go for a victory in today's clash as well, we are tempted to put our cash on both teams to score and or Hibernian to win. Barden and Parkes are sidelined with injuries for the visiting football club and they will not take any active part in this game.
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