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Hearts vs St Mirren Predictions

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Hearts vs St Mirren Predictions

  • Hearts are unbeaten in three, scoring twice in each of those contests.
  • Hearts have already beaten St Mirren three times this season.
  • The hosts have lost just three of their 15 home league games, two of them to the Old Firm sides.

Hearts approach quarter-final clash with confidence

Having already seen off St Mirren on three separate occasions this season, Robbie Neilson’s Heart of Midlothian side will approach this weekend’s Scottish Cup clash with the Saints in confident mood, particularly as they come into it on the back of a three-game unbeaten run.

Hearts last lifted the Scottish Cup a decade ago, falling agonisingly short when losing two of the last three finals in the competition. With both members of the Old Firm facing away ties, Hearts, who have a 13-point buffer to fourth position in the league table, look the best placed side to profit from any slip-ups. Of their 15 home league games, Hearts have only lost three, two of which came against Celtic and Rangers.

St Mirren, meanwhile, were beaten 2-0 by the Tynecastle outfit on their own ground just two weeks ago, and have only won one of their last five games. St Mirren haven’t made the last four of the Scottish Cup since 2009, and are the fourth-lowest scoring team in the Scottish top flight, one of five outfits to average fewer than a goal per game this term. The visitors have only won one of their last seven clashes with Hearts, and it’s difficult to see that changing on Saturday night.

Back Hearts for the last four

Given that Hearts have already registered 2-1, 2-0, and 2-0 wins over St Mirren this season, confidently backing the home side to reach the semi-finals makes sense ahead of Saturday night’s cup tie.

Hearts’ defensive record, meanwhile, is the fourth-best in the Scottish Premiership term, so a third successive 2-0 triumph over the Saints looks a good correct score prediction.

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