RANGERS have been revitalised under Giovanni van Bronckhorst and are red-hot favourites to make it four successive wins against Dundee today.
McBookie make Gers 2/13 shots and it’s hard to disagree, even though the Dark Blues head to Ibrox on the back of two successive victories and two clean sheets.
Van Bronckhorst was dealt a tough hand for the start of his Gers reign with a tough Euro clash with Sparta Prague followed by trips to Livingston’s plastic pitch and Easter Road.
But they have won all three and conceded just one goal in the process, which makes a Rangers win to nil appealing today at 5/6 with Betfair.
That was the outcome when they won 1-0 at Dens earlier this season, although they needed keeper Jon McLaughlin to save a penalty.
I can see it being more comfortable at Ibrox and backing the champions to win both halves increases the odds to 7/5 (Betfair).
I’m always surprised Kemar Roofe doesn’t start more games for Gers as he always looks a threat. The Englishman could get the nod here after his penalty winner against Hibs and is 19/20 with Unibet for anytime scorer.
Van Bronckhort’s side can open up a seven-point gap at the top with Celtic not in action until tomorrow when they head to Tannadice.
Dundee United ended Rangers’ long unbeaten Premiership run with a 1-0 triumph on Tayside at the start of the season and the Hoops could find it hard to break them down.
They will be without creative spark Jota after he pulled up injured in the midweek win over Hearts so it could be a tough afternoon.
Under 2.5 match goals is better value at 11/10 with BoyleSports.
Florent Hoti has been booked in his last two games for United and might be the best shout for a card at 21/10 with Bet365.
St Mirren are desperate to end a seven-game winless streak but McBookie make them 3/1 outsiders to triumph in Aberdeen.
Under 2.5 goals has come up in the last five for the Buddies but that bet pays just 8/13 with SkyBet here. So the
half-time draw is better value at 11/10 with the same firm.
Six yellows and a red were flashed when these teams faced off in Paisley and that makes the 5/6 McBookie offer on over 3.5 cards a good option.
Hibs are another team in desperate need of a victory after losing six of their last seven in the Premiership to fall down the table.
St Johnstone have lost three in a row but are too good to keep struggling and appeal at 13/10 at home to Ross County today.
The final Premiership game sees Hearts head to Livingston tomorrow and I’m betting against BTTS (Evs, Skybet) as that bet has landed in seven of the last eight meetings.