Home wins could prove to be like buses for Hearts, who had to wait until last week for their first Tynecastle triumph but should immediately grab a second on Sunday as they entertain Kilmarnock. Jim Jefferies will be keen to get one over on the club he left back in January and his side look a banker at 8/11 with Betfred to defeat a Killie side, Betdaq’s 9/2 outsiders, arriving on the back of three straight league defeats.
The Jambos were barely troubled at the back as they cruised to a 3-0 victory against St Mirren and their defence can stand firm in this one too, they’re 7/4 with 888Sport to beat Mixu Paatelainen’s men ‘to nil’.
More specifically, Betdaq offer 7/1 for Hearts to strike twice without reply and with the visitors unlikely to score, Coral’s 4/5 for the contest to produce fewer than 2.5 goals catches the eye, while combining that tally with a home win is possible at odds of 17/10 with Partybets.
Gorgie favourite Rudi Skacel sank low-scoring bets on his own last week, bagging a hat trick against the Buddies to take his tally to four in four since his Tynecastle return. The Czech midfielder is 13/2 with William Hill to break the deadlock in this one and a tasty 12/5 (Paddy Power) to bag his fifth of the campaign at any stage.