THE Old Firm suffered disappointing draws last weekend but both can bounce back with Sunday wins.

It's a double that pays 23-20 with William Hill as Rangers visit Hearts and Celtic entertain Aberdeen.

Both not to win is 11-2 at William Hill and the side you'd think have the tougher task was Rangers.

However, Ally McCoist's men have won all five away in the SPL without conceding so look worth a punt at 4-5 with the likes of Betfred. The Ibrox men are 11-8 with Ladbrokes to keep another clean sheet.

Hearts have won their last four at home without conceding and are 16-5 with William Hill not to let one in.

The Jambos are 4-1 at Ladbrokes and bet365 to complete an Old Firm double after beating Celtic 2-0 at Tynecastle earlier this month.

Kyle Lafferty has scored in four of his last five matches against Hearts and is 9-5 at Hills to net at any time.

Neil Lennon's men face an Aberdeen side who are looking up after back-to-back home wins and if this was at Pittodrie they might have a sniff.

But at Parkhead they have lost four in a row without scoring, conceding 15, and home advantage should see Celtic home.

They are generally available at 2-7 with the Dons 11-1 at Coral and Betfred. At those prices consider the Dons plus two goals at 21-20 with Chandler.

Anthony Stokes, who went close a couple of times against Rennes last week, has scored in five of his last six matches against the Dons. William Hill go 1-1 Stokes to score and Celtic to win.


Rangers (4-5, various)

Stokes to score in home win (1-1, William Hill)


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