Sunday, Tannadice, 12.45pm, live on Sky Sports 1

IT'S a fixture that's smacked of goals in recent years – Dundee United v Celtic.

The Hoops have hit nine goals in their last two clashes with the Arabs and are 13-2 with William Hill to bag four or more at Tannadice tomorrow.

Both teams have netted in the last five meetings and a repeat is 8-11 with William Hill while hotshots Gary Hooper and Anthony Stokes are 11-4 both to net.

It was 5-1 when the sides met at Celtic earlier in the season and I can't see past Neil Lennon's side who had won five in a row before going down to Atletico Madrid in the Europa League in midweek.

Celtic were unlucky in that game and Atletico are streets ahead of Dundee Utd so take Celtic at 4-6 with Chandler and even consider them -1 at 7-4 with Ladbrokes.

United are a biggest 11-2 with Ladbrokes and that reflects the fact they have won just once in seven games.

For first scorer it really is a toss-up between Hooper and Stokes. Hooper has taken over his partner's mantle in recent weeks and netted a hat-trick against St Mirren last Saturday so after five in five league games he could be the one to back at 7-2 with Ladbrokes, William Hill, Paddy Power and others. Stokes is 5-1 at bet365.

United's Johnny Russell has netted in his last two games against Celtic and is 7-2 with Ladbrokes and William Hill to score at any time.

Recommendations

Celtic -1

(7-4, Ladbrokes)

Hooper and Stokes to score

(11-4, William Hill)

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