Motherwell (@2.0) vs Livingston (@4.0)

Our Prediction:

Motherwell will win

Motherwell – Livingston Match Prediction | 03-11-2019 11:00

Despite that, they have been winning and losing in alternate sessions for the past six encounters as the host. With four losses in the last ten home matches, the host has been strong at home. Even though they have not found stability at home, the fact that they are coming off of a 2-1 win at home against the likes of Kilmarnock instills confidence in the hosting squad.

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The remaining 45 minutes saw little action before Donnelly scored his second of the day, with James Scott scoring the 4th and final goal. Motherwells most recent result was a 4-0 win over Annan Athletic and they are in even better form than their upcoming opponents, as the Steelmen are on a 7-game winning streak without conceding single goal. Liam Donnelly got the goals flowing as he opened the scoring in the 20th minute, before Liam Polworth doubled his sides lead on the brink of half-time.


Against this rival, they have been struggling for quite a long time. Livingston lost six of their last eleven home ties, but have been on the rise as far as form is considered, but only due to them taking on opponents in the League Cup. In fact, 13 of the last 14 h2h wins went to Motherwell, and six of the last seven such fixtures at this venue saw them registering the win as well.

Livingston closed the initial stage of the Scottish League Cup with an impressive victory over Lowland League side Berwick Rangers that saw them top their group by 4 points. Livis opponents had had a terrible run in the competition, which was only made worse as they conceded another 5 goals at the Tony Macaroni Arena, with both Rickie Lamie and Craig Sibbald bagging doubles whilst Alan Lithgow scored the 3rd goal just before half-time.

They started off with a 3-0 win over Queen of the South, followed by a 4-0 thrashing of Greenock Morton and a more relaxed 2-0 win over Dumbarton prior to their most recent outing. Stephen Robinsons side were able to cruise through their League Cup group stage games, winning every single one of them and failing to concede once.

Motherwells results have been far better and, quite frankly, much more convincing, with the added fact they havent conceded any goals in their last 7 matches. Livingston will want a repeat of their start to their 2018/2020 campaign where a lengthy unbeaten run gave them a massive boost in their relegation battle, but its hard to tell whether they can pull it off this time around- despite their recent form. Itll still be a tough trip on a plastic pitch for the North Lanarkshire club, but were going to back them to win their opening game of the season with a full-time score of 2-0.