Our prediction for this Scottish Premiership match:
Livingston and Aberdeen go head to head at Tony Macaroni Arena in the Scotland Premiership postponed fixture. Livingston look unstoppable at the moment, with the team eyeing their ninth consecutive win in all competitions. The Lions have been impressive in front of goal of late, and we are positive that they will find the net in Wednesday’s clash. Both Jacobs and Lithgow are sidelined with injuries, while Fizwater will be assessed ahead of the match.
The Dons, on the other hand, suffered a 2-1 loss to Rangers in their last league match. Attacker Ryan Hedges, who was sent off in the defeat to Steven Gerrard’s troops, misses the Livingston game through suspension, while Cerny, Devlin, McGeouch, and Watkins remain in the recovery room. Anyhow, given Aberdeen’s attacking potential, punters from all around the globe can surely find value in betting on both teams to score.
Highlighted Player (Craig Sibbald):
Craig Sibbald is a Scottish footballer who plays for Livingston as a midfielder. Sibbald started his senior career at Falkirk, and after scoring 30 goals in 214 appearances for the Bairns, he signed a two-year contract with Livingston in the summer of 2018.
Craig Sibbald made his Scotland Premier League debut on September 30, 2018, in a 1-0 loss to Rangers. Four months later, he scored his first goal in the Scottish top flight, finding the net in a 3-1 win over St Mirren. Craig Sibbald has three caps with the Scotland U16 team while making two appearances for the Scotland U17 side. He wears the number 10 shirt at Livingston, and his preferred foot is left.
Sibbald’s main position is attacking midfield, but he is used as a left winger as well. The Scottish footballer has a contract with Livingston until July 1, 2018. In August 2011, he was named the Scottish Football League Young Player of the Month.
Highlighted Team (Aberdeen):
Nicknamed the Dons, Aberdeen are professional football club that compete in the Scottish Premiership. Pittodrie Stadium is the club’s home ground, and it can hold up to 20,866 spectators. The Dons were one of the dominant forces in Scottish football during Sir Alex Ferguson’s era, with the team winning three Scottish League titles from 1980 to 1985.
However, Aberdeen clinched their first domestic trophy in the 1954/55 season, with the team finishing the process three points clear of Scottish giants Celtic. The club’s biggest success came in the 1982/83 season when they defeated the famous Spanish club Real Madrid 2-1 in the title game. Later in 1983, Aberdeen won the UEFA Super Cup as they defeated Hamburger SV 2-0 at Volksparkstadion.
The Dons are well known for their red home kit, while away shirt has a shiny gold base colour. Inverness Caledonian are considered one of the club’s biggest rivals, with the two teams facing each other in the North derby.