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Dundee v Rangers: Gers to continue fine away streak at Dens Park

| 24.11.2017

Despite some poor results at Ibrox this term, Rangers have been hugely impressive on the road. The Gers have racked up five wins from their six away games in the Ladbrokes Premiership, scoring 17 times in the process.

And they look set for another comfortable win at Dundee on Friday night.

As for the Dark Blues, they sit bottom of the table having taken a single point from their previous six Prem games.

Having also lost 4-1 to the Ibrox outfit during September’s meeting, victory for Rangers looks a solid bet at 8/15. Meanwhile, there’s 16/5 about the Draw and 19/4 for the Tayside club to bag a first victory since the end of September.

While Neil McCann’s men are struggling for points, they never go too long without a goal. The Dee have found the net nine times in their previous 10 games. That means Rangers to Win and Both Teams to Score looks good value at 2/1.

Goals are definitely on the cards. All six of the Gers’ away league games this term have seen three or more scored. That means Over 2.5 Goals looks a safe bet at 8/13. Combine that with a Rangers victory and it’s a 6/5 shot.

One man who looks good value to find the net is Teddy Bears’ midfielder Josh Windass. The former Accrington Stanley ace has netted in two of Rangers’ last three games.

He closed out the scoring on both occasions. The 23-year-old is 23/10 to register anytime, and 15/2 to be Last Goalscorer at Dens.

For the hosts, Ajay Leitch-Smith has registered four times in 10 Premiership games since his loan move from Shrewsbury Town. He’s 5/2 to get on the scoresheet against Graeme Murty’s men.

However, the savviest bet could be on Rangers to Win Both Halves at 3/1. Five of the Glasgow giants’ last six wins have seen them outscore the opposition on either side of the break.

The Gers -1 handicap could also prove popular at 29/20.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Dave Burin

Dave graduated with an MA in English Literature at Durham University, and worked in marketing before joining the Ladbrokes News team. A Man United fan and avid groundhopper, he’s also an ardent follower of Rugby League. You can usually find him at a ground near you, clutching a big cup of tea.