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Ladbrokes Oddscast: Edinburgh and Glasgow derbies on the agenda

| 09.03.2018

It doesn’t get much bigger than this. The weekend’s Ladbrokes Premiership action sees Rangers host Celtic, Heart of Midlothian visit Hibernian – and there’s also a Lanarkshire derby!

Here to preview the action and give their tips are Talking Baws duo Daniel Caw and Jonny Boyle, on another Ladbrokes Oddscast.

First up is the Edinburgh derby on Friday night, and the Baws boys are tipping up a draw between these sides. Five of the last 10 meetings have ended level.

At New Douglas Park, Motherwell are looking to repeat the 2-0 victory they managed over Hamilton Academical last time. Victory for the Well is a 10/11 shot.

Kilmarnock have enjoyed an incredible resurgence under Steve Clarke, and welcome bottom club Ross County on Saturday. There’s 6/1 about Killie to Win Both Halves.

In Glasgow, Aberdeen are looking to return to form against Partick Thistle. The Dons have won each of the last eight meetings, including a 6-0 win at Firhill in May 2017. It’s 23/10 for the Aberdeen -1 handicap.

The day’s action also sees inconsistent pair St Johnstone and Dundee meet on Tayside.

There’s just one Sunday game, but it’s a big one – Rangers v Celtic. The last clash ended 0-0, and it could be a tight, tense affair again. Under 2.5 Goals is priced up at 19/20.

Plus…find out who’s joining Livingston in this week’s tempting lower league treble!

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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.