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Queen of the South vs Motherwell Predictions

Published on 6:45pm GMT 18 July 2023

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Queen Of The South
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Motherwell To Win To Nil

Reason for tip

Motherwell are not only two divisions above Queen of the South in the league pyramid, but they are also unbeaten in their last seven competitive away games, while they have beat their opponents in this competition in three of the last five years.

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Motherwell 2-0

Reason for tip

Three of Motherwell’s last five competitive wins have been by a 2-0 scoreline, including Saturday’s success over Elgin, while two of their last three victories over Queen of the South have been to nil.

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Queen Of The South vs Motherwell Predictions

  • Motherwell are unbeaten in their last seven competitive away games
  • Only Celtic conceded fewer away goals in the Premiership last season than Motherwell
  • Motherwell have beaten Queen of the South in the Scottish Cup three times in the last five years

Visitors do Well on the road

Motherwell opened their Scottish League Cup campaign with a routine 2-0 win away at Elgin on Saturday, as result that extended their unbeaten run on the road to seven competitive games.

Stuart Kettlewell’s side have certainly proven themselves good travellers for an extended period of time now, as they boasted the third-best away record in last season’s Premiership and only champions Celtic conceded fewer goals on the road.

Queen of the South secured a mid-table finish in Scottish League One last season and they may struggle against their top tier opponents, especially as this will be their first competitive match for over two months.

Recent history on Motherwell’s side

Motherwell have never failed to make it out of their group in the Scottish League Cup since that system was introduced in 2016 and they have beaten Queen of the South at this stage three times across the last five years.

Two of those three victories have been to nil, including a 2-0 success in July 2018 and that scoreline has become a familiar one for the Well over recent months, as three of their last five competitive wins have finished 2-0, including Saturday’s triumph at Elgin.

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