RANGERS striker Martyn Waghorn set a 20-goal target pre-season and McBookie are offering 4-1 he reaches that – through penalties alone.
Waghorn has already potted seven from seven attempts in just 12 games. And with the Ibrox club averaging nearly four goals a gam, there is going to be plenty of action in the opposition box.
McBookie are offering just evens that Rangers will be awarded 18 penalties or more – breaking the British record of 17 set by Celtic in 2010-11 season.
Spokesman Paul Petrie said: “When Waghorn set himself the 20-goal target I bet he didn’t think so many penalties would be on the agenda. Rangers are creating so many chances it follows they will be awarded more. The key issue will be whether he can keep his 100 per cent record.”
Next Dundee Utd Manager – 2-1 Mixu Paatelainen 3-1 Tommy Wright 4-1 Paul Lambert, John Hughes 8-1, S McCall, 14-1 Steven Pressley and 14-1 Ray McKinnon.
Next Motherwell Manager – 5-2 Stephen Craigan, Terry Butcher, 3-1 Steven Pressley 12-1 James Fowler, Danny Lennon, Simo Valakari.
Meanwhile, here are stats-based specials dug out by William Hill’s Owen Scott. Remember these are not tips.
ABERDEEN v ST JOHNSTONE
None of the last eight league meetings
between these sides have produced more
than two goals.
ABERDEEN TO WIN AND UNDER 2.5 GOALS 5-2
DUNDEE v MOTHERWELL
Dundee have won their last three
matches against Motherwell. Two of
those games had four or more goals
DUNDEE TO WIN AND FOUR OR MORE GOALS 9-2
HEARTS v KILMARNOCK
Twenty goals have been scored in the
last four meetings between these sides
which is an average of five per game.
FIVE OR MORE GOALS IN MATCH 7-2
PARTICK TH v DUNDEE UTD
Billy McKay has scored in Dundee Utd’s
last three league matches.
MCKAY TO SCORE AND DUNDEE UTD WIN 5-1
ROSS COUNTY v INVERNESS
Inverness are unbeaten in their last
five matches against Ross County,
winning on their last two visits to
Dingwall despite County scoring
INVERNESS TO WIN AND BOTH SCORE 5-1
DUMBARTON v LIVINGSTON
The away side have won nine of the last
11 away matches between these sides. Both teams have scored in nine
of the matches.
LIVINGSTON WIN AND BOTH TEAMS SCORE 9-2
QoS V HIBS
In all four matches between these sides
last season only one side scored in
three of them and the other was 0-0.
BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE – NO 1-1
RAITH v MORTON
Raith haven’t conceded a home goals this season
but have won their last three home
matches against Morton 2-1.
RAITH TO WIN 2-1 PAYS 8-1
RANGERS v FALKIRK
Lee Wallace has opened the scoring in
three of Rangers’ last four home league
WALLACE TO SCORE FIRST OR LAST 7-1
ST MIRREN v ALLOA
St Mirren have scored in every home
league match this season but have also
ST MIRREN TO WIN AND BOTH SCORE 12-5
HAMILTON v CELTIC (Sun)
Hamilton are unbeaten in the league at
home this season. Celtic have failed
to win in half of their away league
matches this season.
HAMILTON DRAW NO BET 13-2