THE Old Firm have won their last three games 1-0 – and that's a sign of how tense the SPL title race has become.

Celtic edged St Johnstone 1-0 on Tuesday after their equally-fraught 1-0 success against St Mirren at the weekend.

Rangers battled past Hamilton 1-0 on Sunday and I'm sure will settle for a repeat result at Aberdeen on Wednesday.

Pittodrie is traditionally a tough place to visit but the Dons are off form and ready to rest players with a view to the weekend Scottish Cup semi-final against Celtic.

Rangers look a bit short at a best 8-15 with Stan James and 888sport but more backable at 7-4 at 888sport to win to nil against a side who also went down 1-0 at the weekend to Hibs.

Nikica Jelavic netted the clincher at Hamilton an can be backed at 7-2 with Betfred to score first.

Aberdeen are 6-1 with bet365 to win but Rangers should edge it to close the gap on Celtic to two points.

The one game in Division One sees a mid-table non-entity of a match between Queen of the South and Morton.

Queens lost the ALBA Cup Final on Sunday and with a feeling the club is being run down their morale could be low. Morton can take advantage and are a best 23-10 with Hills to win. Queens are 11-10 with the likes of bodog, Ladbrokes and Paddy Power.

In the Third Division leaders Arbroath should clock up a win at home to a Clyde side they thumped away on Saturday. The Gayfield men are a best 1-2 with Hills while Clyde are 11-2 at Betfred and Coral.


Rangers to win to nil

(7-4, 888sport)

Morton/Alloa double


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