Betting Tips

Scottish Premiership – 14/1 Bet Builder: Rangers v Celtic


Buckle up on Sunday afternoon, as the 426th Old Firm derby rolls into Ibrox in front of a packed-out house.

After finishing 25 points behind their fierce rivals last season, Celtic will be eager to put an early dent in their pursuit of retaining the Scottish crown.

We’ve got a tasty 14/1 Bet Builder to accompany Sunday’s thriller:

  • Rangers to win the first half
  • Both teams to receive 2 or more cards
  • Both teams to score
  • Kyogo Furuhashi to score anytime

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Rangers v Celtic Bet Builder Betting Tip:

Rangers to win the first half

Rangers went unbeaten against Celtic last season and will be riding a wave inside a partisan Ibrox.

Expect the hosts to have their tails up early as their high-tempo pays dividends in the opening stanza.

Gerrard’s men to edge the first half looks worthwhile.

Both teams to receive 2 or more cards

The passion on display in this derby doesn’t need underlining.

As of 2020, the Old Firm derby averaged 29 fouls per game – the most of any British rivalry – and things aren’t expected to get any calmer.

A couple of cards for each team look likely.

Both teams to score

Celtic look stronger and more competent in front of goal than they did last season.

Postecoglou’s boys have netted 15 in their last five and should test the Rangers defence inside Ibrox.

We’re expecting a fairly frantic match with chances at both ends.

Kyogo Furuhashi to score anytime

The 26-year-old has bagged seven in his eight appearances for Celtic so far and is a prime candidate to find the net on Sunday.

As long as the Japanese striker can keep his head on away soil, the anytime market is appealing.

*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication.