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Celtic v Rangers tips: Could Rogic net again to give Hoops title?

| 25.04.2018

The stakes could hardly be higher for Sunday’s Old Firm game. Victory for Celtic would ensure the Ladbrokes Premiership title remains at Parkhead. Meanwhile, a win for Rangers would give them an almighty boost in the battle for second spot.

Brendan Rodgers’ men have had the better of this fixture in recent times. They’ve bagged five wins and a draw in six meetings, winning the last one 4-0. However, the Gers did make it tough in the most recent league clash, which ended 3-2.

In the match betting, Celtic are 8/15 to secure victory. Meanwhile, it’s 3/1 for the draw and 24/5 for Rangers to bag a win. The latter outcome would certainly make waves, with the Hoops unbeaten at home in the league since December 2015.

One man with a terrific record in this fixture is Tom Rogic. The Celtic midfielder has scored in three of the last four meetings, breaking the deadlock twice. He’s 2/1 to net anytime, while it’s 13/2 for Rogic to be First Goalscorer.

For the visitors, Daniel Candeias could be the man with a plan. The experienced winger has bagged goals in three of his last five Prem games, including that 3-2 derby defeat. He’s 7/1 to get on the scoresheet in enemy territory.

This tends to be a fixture to excite the neutral, with three of the last five clashes producing four or more goals. It’s 3/4 for Both Teams to Score, while there’s 33/20 about Over 3.5 Goals.

When Celtic have won games this term, they’ve often done so in style. The Bhoys have outscored the opposition either side of the interval 16 times – including that 4-0 defeat of the Gers.

It’s 3/1 for the Hoops to Win Both Halves, while the Celtic -1 handicap is priced at 29/20.

Click here for the latest Ladbrokes Premiership odds.

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.