NEIL LENNON gave Celtic a huge scare last time he took Hibs to Glasgow's east end.

Back in September the Hoops were still invincibles and needed a late Callum McGregor goal to extend their unbeaten record.

Hibs played well that day and if they reproduce the performance they'll have a chance of handing Brendan Rodgers his second domestic defeat.

Bookies have written off the Easter Road men with club sponsors Marathonbet going a best 14-1.

It's a big price but would take a brave man to follow as like Celtic Lennon's men haven't been in sparkling form.

The midweek win at Dundee was their first in four but odds of 14-1 offers a chance to back Hibs on the handicaps and they are evens +2 at McBookie.

Celtic are no bigger than 3-10 at Coral but looked flat at Partick on Tuesday and a better side could have beaten them.

If you don't fancy Hibs on the handicaps – what about goals? Both league meetings this season have finished 2-2 while Celtic won 4-2 in Betfred Cup semis.

Over 3.5 match goals is 7-4 at Paddy Power, another 2-2 draw is 30-1 at betfair and Hibs to score 2+ pays 6-1 at bet365.

Rangers are up to second after a third defeat of Aberdeen this season and Graeme Murty's new-look side should win at rock-bottom Ross County tomorrow.

Gers have notched 2-1 and 3-2 wins victories this season and an away and both to score is 9-4 at McBookie.

Just to win it's 1-2 with McBookie which is fine for accas but if you think it will be easy back Rangers -1 at 7-5 with Stan James.

Aberdeen drew 1-1 at home to revitalised Killie in September and could be held again. Steve Clarke's men are 3-1 at bet365 to pick up a point while a scoring draw is 11-2.

I tipped Hearts to win to nil at Hamilton and that's an incredible nine clean sheets in a row for Craig Levein's men who last conceded against Accies on December 2.

They are 4-7 at Coral to make it 10 in row and evens with Sky Bet to win at home to Motherwell.

I said a couple of weeks the Championship was the toughest league to predict and it's no easier today.

It's easy to back against a still winless Brechin but QoS are just 7-20 at William Hill.

Should see both score at Dundee United v Morton and that pays 13-14 with 188BET.

League One's been best for goals this season and there could be plenty at Queen's Park v Ayr. Five of Queen's last six have seen both scoring as have Ayr's previous five with four of those going over 2.5.

Both to score and over 2.5 goals pays evens at Sky Bet while Ayr are 8-13 at Marathonbet to beat the Hampden men for a third time this campaign.

Airdrie v Alloa and Albion Rovers v Stranraer also look goal-laden and a btts treble on the three League One games pays 11-4 at 10Bet.

My Tuesday Super Single was over 2.5 goals at Peterhead v Dumbarton in the Scottish Cup at a generous 19-20.

That came in easily even though top scorer Rory McAllister didn't start due to a family problem. He should back in at Clyde today so get back on the overs at 3-5 with bet365 even if the Bully Wee had struggled in front of goal until hitting three at Montrose last week. Peterhead are 8-13 at McBookie for a ninth win in 10.

The last two meetings between Montrose and Stirling have finished with one 3-1 win apiece. Both to score again pays 4-6 at bet365.

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