Ross County vs Hamilton Academical
Date: 21st October 2017
Kick off at 15:00 UK/ 16:00 CET
Venue: Global Energy Stadium (Dingwall).
Only a single point separated the two sides in the bottom half of the Premiership standings last year and they are all tied at seven points each after nine games of the new term and ahead of their H2H encounter in the tenth round.
Ross County went on the international break with an improved confidence after the second win of the season (0-2 at Kilmarnock), but they instantly returned to the old habits last weekend when they fell to Hearts at home (1-2).
The creativity in the final third remains the main issue for the hosts who clearly lack a real predator up front having notched no more than eight goals in opening nine fixtures.
The Staggies should really see an improvement on this field on Saturday since Hamilton Academical have the weakest defensive line in the league with 19 goals conceded in nine matches.
The Accies have opened the season in a promising fashion, but they will come into this clash on the back of five consecutive defeats.
Ross County vs Hamilton Academical: Head to head
Five of last six head to head meetings between the two teams saw the BTTS option “come in” and we would not be surprised to see this trend continued given Hamilton’s disastrous form at the back.
Ross County have generally been slightly more successful with 17 wins in 35 matches with the Accies.
Ross County vs Hamilton Academical: Prediction
Hamilton managed to find the back of the net in each of the last five games even though they’ve lost all of them.
This is why we believe the BTTS is by far the best of the betting options you can take from this one.
As for the outcome, the draw remains as the most likable of scenarios and you can back it at the odds of 3.50.
Ross County vs Hamilton Academical: Bets
The first betting pick is BTTS at the odds of 1.70.
You can also take the draw at 3.50.
All Odds courtesy of 888Sport
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