CELTIC were in danger of falling 15 points behind Rangers last weekend – but this weekend the gap could be down to four.

The Hoops found themselves 10 points off the pace after St Johnstone held Rangers 0-0 at Ibrox and are just 2-5 with McBookie.com to cut the advantage to four points by Saturday.

Home wins for Neil Lennon's men against Dunfermline on Wednesday and St Mirren on Saturday will give Rangers something to think about before their match at Kilmarnock on Sunday.

Six points looks on the cards for revitalised Celtic but if you don't agree you can bet on what the gap will be before kick-off at Rugby Park. McBookie.com go 6-1 six points, 33-1 eight points, 90-1 nine points and 200-1 to still be 10.

Celtic got the business done at Inverness where they failed so miserably last season and will go into the meeting with the Pars in good heart.

Anthony Stokes bagged a double to make it eight in eight games and looks in the mood as he tries to salvage a trip to the Euro 2012 finals with Ireland. Stokes is 17-20 at Chandler to score and 15-4 at bet365 to strike first.

This looks mission impossible for the promoted Fifers and I like 6-4 with Paddy Power minus two. Just to win they are a best 1-5 with William Hill while the Pars are 20-1 at Betfred.

Recommendations

Celtic -2

(6-4, Paddy Power)

Stokes to score first

(15-4, bet365)

3 Comments
  1. steven easton 13 years ago

    i almost baccked the -2, only problem for me is, rain has been torrential in the area today.

    • Mr Fixit 13 years ago

      Steven, probably would have come up if they hadn’t missed the penalty at 2-0

  2. steven 13 years ago

    true. think i dodged a bullet there.

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