Fir Park, 12pm, live on ESPN

IT'S a big day for Celtic who travel to a Motherwell side they trail by three points in the SPL.

More importantly the Hoops currently trail Rangers by 15 points, with two games in hand, and can't afford to lose more ground on their fiercest rivals.

Well have performed superbly this season but lost 4-0 at Parkhead and were thrashed 3-0 at home by Rangers so there is a question mark over whether they can match up to the Old Firm when it matters most.

However, Celtic's last league outing ended in a 0-0 home draw to a Hibs side booed off the park after losing 1-0 to Dunfermline at Easter Road yesterday.

Lennon's men scored a confidence-boosting Europa League win against Rennes but have been so inconsistent this season that I can't bring myself to back them at a best 8-13 (various).

Well look huge at 11-2 with Chandler while the draw is 3-1 with the same firm. On the double chance (not to lose) you can have 11-8 with bet365.

Both sides like to attack so consider both to score at 10-11 with William Hill.

Anthony Stokes and Gary Hooper were both on target against Rennes and both are 9-2 with the likes of bodog to score first.

Motherwell's main threat comes from Jamie Murphy who is 10-1 with bet365.

Fir Park midfielder Keith Lasley is 8-1 with Paddy Power and William Hill to celebrate his Player of the month award with a goal.


Both teams to score

(10-11, William Hill)

Motherwell not to lose

(11-8, bet365)

Stokes to score

(15-8, boylesports)


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