RANGERS face arguably their toughest test of the season at Easter Road on Sunday and this could the game when their defence is finally breached.
My Super Single last week was for Gers to break a 114-year record for the meanest start to a Scottish season by beating Dundee United to nil at Ibrox.
Steven Gerrard’s men duly delivered and also brought up another of my bets by scoring over 2.5 goals in the 4-0 romp.
But I can’t see them getting it so easy away to a Hibs side who have dropped just five points all season and drawn a blank in only two of their seven fixtures.
Rangers won 3-0 on their trip to Easter Road last season but both teams to score has come up in six of their last eight meetings in Leith. A repeat here pays evens at Betfair while backing Hibs to score is 3-4 with McBookie.
Rangers are suffering a few injuries and fatigue could play a part after their Euro trip Gibraltar.
That might tempt a few punters to back the Hibees at 11-2 with McBookie but it’s safer to go for them in the handicaps. Hibs +1 is 17-10 with McBookie while the odds decrease to 4-7 for Jack Ross’ men to triumph with a two-goal start.
There has been plenty of needle between these clubs and red cards have been dished out in four of the last five meetings.
The absence of fans might calm things down a little this time but a sending-off still looks overpriced at 19-5 with Unibet.
Rangers and Hibs have set the early pace this term but Celtic have the chance to go top today if they beat Livingston at Parkhead.
The Hoops were poor in Paisley on Wednesday night but still managed to grind out a 2-1 victory.
Livi have been something of a bogey team for the champions in recent seasons, claiming three draws and a win from their last five games with Celtic.
But Gary Holt’s men have looked out of sorts this term, with last week’s home defeat by Hamilton leaving them joint bottom.
Star striker Lyndon Dykes has also moved on so I fancy a Hoops win to nil here at 4-7 with McBookie.
New signing Albian Ajeti has made a big impact at Parkhead, netting three times.
He is a decent 10-11 with 888sport for anytime scorer here and 18-5 with the same firm to net first.
Hamilton are the latest club rocked by an outbreak and will be without a few players for their trip to Kilmarnock today.
That has made Killie odds-on favourites with all firms but you can find a bit of value by backing them to win to nil at 8-5 with McBookie.
Alex Dyer’s men smashed Dundee United 4-0 in their last home game so they could also be a decent option in the handicaps.
Killie -1 is 8-5 with Betred and that could come up against what should be a weakened Accies side.
St Mirren’s clouds are starting to lift after rushing around last weekend to sign Bobby Zlamal as an emergency keeper.
They now head to Tannadice for a clash that sees both sides looking to end three-game losing streaks.
Dundee United are boosted by the return of star striker Lawrence Shankland who came off the bench in last week’s Ibrox loss. Shankland is 6-5 with 888Sport to score and that looks decent value.
Two other out-of-form sides also meet today as Ross County face St Johnstone in Perth. Try both teams to score here at evens with McBookie.
It could be tighter when Aberdeen and Motherwell clash on Sunday. Four of their last five meetings at Pittodrie have seen under 2.5 goals and a repeat pays 4-6 at William Hill.

Super Single

Deadly Double

  • Ajeti & Shankland to score
  • (31-10, 888Sport)

Card Shark

  • Red card in Hibs v Rangers (12 noon, Sun)
  • (19-5, Unibet)

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