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NOBODY knows quite what to expect when Celtic and Rangers face off behind closed doors for the strangest Old Firm derby in history.
But one thing you can pretty much guarantee in this fixture is that tackles will fly in and the ref will have a busy day.
So the best way to make some profit is delving into the card markets, especially as a player was sent off in all three derbies last season.
A repeat red today pays 3-1 (enhanced from 7-4) with McBookie (max £10) while Paddy Power offer 20-1 on both teams having a man sent off.
Hoops skipper Scott Brown is always in the thick of the action and looks good value at 11-8 for a card with bet365.
Scott Arfield has been a regular sparring partner and the Gers man is 7-2 with the same firm for a card.
The match itself is tough to call with Celtic 6-4 at McBookie to win, Rangers 17-10 with the same firm and the draw 5-2. There hasn’t been a derby stalemate since Steven Gerrard took over at Ibrox so we might be due one here.
Alfredo Morelos still hasn’t scored against the Hoops and is 6-4 with McBookie to break his duck. But Gerrard might find it hard to trust a hitman who has seen red on his last two visits to Parkhead so Ryan Kent offers better value.
He has netted on his last two trips to the east end of Glasgow and is 9-2 with McBookie for a goal. It’s far from certain who will start up front for Celtic with Odsonne Edouard and Albian Ajeti both doubts.
So backing a midfielder might be wiser and Olivier Ntcham – who should start if Ryan Christie is definitely ruled out – is 5-1 with Paddy Power to find the net.
Aberdeen’s trip to Tannadice is the other standout fixture on the Premiership card. And you have to fancy the Dons at 21-20 with McBookie after Dundee United lost at home to lowly Peterhead in the Betfred Cup.
Derek McInnes’ men have won every domestic away game this term and know what it takes to grind out results. Two of those victories came by a single goal and I wouldn’t be surprised if this one was a bit cagey too.
Betway are offering 5-4 on a one-goal winning margin for either side while the odds go up to 13-5 with Paddy Power if you limit it to Aberdeen.
Kilmarnock are another side suffering from the effects, with their squad hardly having any time to prepare for a trip to the Tony Macaroni Arena. Alex Dyer had to field a shadow side for the 3-0 midweek cup loss to Dunfermline so Livingston should see off Killie today at a price of 8-13 with McBookie.
Hibs might have to settle for a point at Ross County and the draw pays 13-5 at McBookie while St Johnstone are 10-11 at boylesports to beat fellow strugglers Hamilton.

Super Single

  • Scott Brown to be carded (12.30pm)
  • (11-8, bet365)

Top Treble

  • Motherwell (off)
  • Livingston
  • St Johnstone
  • (5-1, McBookie)

Bonkers Bet

  • Celtic & Rangers both red cards (12.30pm)
  • (20-1, Paddy Power)
  1. chris guy 3 months ago

    Sorry ignore that

  2. chris guy 3 months ago

    Are you at work? Email?

    • Mr Fixit 3 months ago

      OK. I’ll delete. I’m back at work on Sunday.

  3. chelseagirl 3 months ago

    33 years ago today. We had the classic Old Firm game that ended 2-2 with the 3 red cards. Hope we get as good a game today.Brown to be carded looks set in stone. Shame no crowd its like taking spice out a curry.Rangers win for me playing the better fitba the noo.

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