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Heart of Midlothian vs Ross County betting tips: Scottish Premiership preview, predictions and odds


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Heart of Midlothian to win 2-0 against Ross County- 6/1!

Hearts are unbeaten in nine meetings with Ross County, although their last eight encounters have all ended in draws.

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Heart of Midlothian vs Ross County

July 30, 2022

3:00 pm BST

Match preview

Heart of Midlothian, who have so much to look forward to this season, will be looking to kick off the new campaign with a victory.

Last season, the Jambos finished third in the Scottish Premiership, their highest finish since 2015/16.

This means Hearts will enter the Europa League play-off round with their opponent to be drawn on Monday.

No matter how that tie goes, they’re guaranteed to compete in a UEFA group stage for the very first time.

Before that glamour continental tie in late August, will Robbie Neilson’s side start the new season with a victory?

Ross County meanwhile, despite failing to win any of their first 12 matches, actually managed to finish sixth last time round.

Despite that, still operating with one of the lowest budgets in the division, Malky Mackay’s men will still be targeting safety first and foremost.

The Stages, unlike their hosts, have already featured in four competitive matches this season.

They topped their League Cup group, above Dunfermline, Alloa, East Fife, Buckie Thistle, accumulating 11 points.

Thus, Ross County will be hoping this extra match practice can help them earn a result at Tynecastle.

Heart of Midlothian team news

John Souttar is the most notable departure from Tynecastle this summer, joining Rangers on a Bosman.

His direct replacement at centre-half is Kye Rowles who’s come in from Central Coast Mariners.

Meanwhile, Lewis Nelson, Alan Forrest and Lawrence Shankland will all be hoping to make their Hearts debuts.

Ross County team news

Ross County meanwhile have lost Regan Charles-Cook who was the Premiership’s second-top scorer last season.

In better news, striker Jordy Hiwula has hit the ground running, scoring three times in the League Cup.

Ben Purrington, Yan Dhanda, Victor Loturi and William Akio are all also set for their Premiership debuts.


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Ben Gray

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