AFTER Europa League action on Thursday both Rangers and Celtic are back in action today hoping to  the close the gap on league leaders Hearts. They won't have it all their own way though as they come up against tough opponents in St Johnstone and Kilmarnock.

Kilmarnock v Celtic (12.30pm)

Rangers v St Johnstone (3pm)

With Hearts dropping points against Livingston, both Rangers and Celtic will be looking to close the gap but to do so they are going to have to be at their best.

Celtic travel to Kilmarnock in the lunchtime kick-off and they've not had the best of times against Killie recently. They are without a win in the last three encounters and come into this having scored just 2 goals in their last 4 league games.

That's pretty grim for their standards but you don't turn into a bad team overnight and you'd expect it's just a matter of time before they get back in about the goals.

Kilmarnock can feel a bit hard done by in recent weeks having been on the receiving end of some poor decisions by the officials. Rugby Park is a tough place to go and you'd fancy them to score here against anyone.

Getting better prices for goals in this match than you usually would due to Celtic's complete lack of cutting edge this season – feel we'll see 2 goals here though.

Rangers had a terrific result away in Spain on Thursday and they'll take great confidence from that as they host a much more dynamic and attacking St Johnstone side.

Steven Gerrard has turned Ibrox into a fortress with 5 wins and a draw from their 6 competitive games. Domestically, this is their toughest home match of the season so far but they are in great form and are starting to score more goals.

Whilst I don't expect St Johnstone to win this I do feel we have more than enough quality going forward to trouble this Rangers defence. With Tony Watt leading the line and supported by Drey Wright and Matt Kennedy, I fancy us to score and that should lead this game to being over 2.5.

  • Kilmarnock v Celtic over 1.5 match goals
  • Rangers v St Johnstone over 2.5 goals
  • Double pays 5-4 (Bet Bright) (NAP

Don't forget the usual 5pm Norwegian games at 5pm for goals.

9 Comments
  1. nich35100 3 weeks ago

    Please Greg I need your help
    I deposited 10euro into my betting account and I was credited with a bonus of 10euro…..
    I won a bet yesterday so when trying to cash out I was told I have to fulfil the bonus requirements by a 5x roll over…..please help me explain what it means so that I can understand well.

    • hansvshch 3 weeks ago

      You have to play for 100 euro before you can cash out.
      (10€+10€)*5=100€.

      So until your latest betting picks in total have reached a value of 100€ you cannot cash out without penalty. Win or loose…

    • mablack 3 weeks ago

      It means you must bet the bonus five times before you can cash it out. I would suggest you look at very low odds bets which have a realistic chance of winning so you can complete five winning bets and then cash out your bet. For instance Juventus or Benfica today.

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    GregBrowning 3 weeks ago

    Hi, it just means to be able to withdraw the €10 bonus money You have to total £50 in stakes before you can withdraw it.

  3. nich35100 3 weeks ago

    Please the €50 in stakes is it with my main deposit or with the Bonus ?

    • philwindy 3 weeks ago

      You should be able to see in the bonus how much is required before you can withdraw. There is usually a minimum odds for each bet around @1.50 otherwise it will not count towards your total. Hope this helps.

    • jackpot 3 weeks ago

      Usually you have to roll over both the deposit and the bonus so in your case I would say u need to make £100 worth of bets, check the t n c as there might also be a minimum odds clause also.
      They make u work for your free money lol

  4. nich35100 3 weeks ago

    Please guys am still a little bit confused
    Does it mean I should bet the whole of the 10euro bonus on one accumulator bet? Or I should bet 2euro for each accumulator into 5 places?

    • jackpot 3 weeks ago

      You can choose how you bet but you have to do either 50 or 100 Euro’s worth of bets.
      If it’s just the bonus to be rolled over 5x then 5 €10 bets would be fine either singles or accumulators

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