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Kilmarnock v Rangers: In-form sides set to produce exciting affair

| 22.12.2017

Kilmarnock are looking to continue their four-game unbeaten run as they host Rangers on Saturday. The visitors have also been strong recently, with four victories in their last five games.

The Gers are especially strong on the road. They’re the Ladbrokes Premiership’s top scorers away from home, with 22 goals in nine games.

Killie have netted in five on the trot. That run has included a 5-1 demolition of Partick Thistle. Both Teams to Score looks a safe bet at 7/10.

But if you fancy something a bit more ambitious, you can back Over 3.5 Goals at a sizeable 9/5.

The pair’s last meeting ended 1-1, and with both sides enjoying life at present, another Score Draw could prove popular at 15/4.

One man who’s always good for a goal is Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos. The rapid Colombian is looking to net for a fourth game in succession, and is 23/20 to Score Anytime.

For the Ayrshire club, it’s all about Eamonn Brophy. The 21-year-old is enjoying the best form of his fledgling career, registering four times in his last three games. He’s a 5/2 shot in the Anytime Scorer market.

Three of Killie’s last four games have seen at least two first-half goals scored. So First Half: Over 1.5 Goals looks tasty at 7/4.

Finally, if you’re looking to back something at really juicy odds, look no further than the following 14/1 shot…

Last time these sides met, the Gers were ahead at the interval but squandered that lead at the death.

Killie also came from 2-0 down at the break to rescue a point at Ross County earlier this month, making Half-Time/Full-Time: Rangers/Kilmarnock our lively longshot.

In the Match Betting, Kilmarnock are 18/5 to win, with the visitors 8/11 and 11/4 on offer for honours-even.

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.