An inspired second-half performance from Rangers saw them claim a precious share of the spoils at Parkhead, drawing 1-1 at Celtic in the Old Firm derby. Graeme Murty goes out at the Gers’ as something of a hero having inspired the club’s second-half comeback in Glasgow, which should pave the way for the incoming gaffer Pedro Caixinha.
The Portuguese manager will have been impressed by Rangers’ attitude in the second-half, with Clint Hill’s equaliser three minutes from time giving them a deserved point and set-up a mouth-watering semi-final in the Scottish Cup next month at Hampden.
The point leaves the Gers eight points behind Aberdeen in second and BetVictor make Rangers a 4/1 chance in the betting without Champions Celtic however, the Dons will be hard to peg back and warrant supporting as both 2/9 favourites to finish second this season, and at likewise odds-on when hosting Hearts in Saturday’s early kick-off at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen cemented their position in second with a 1-0 defeat of Motherwell last weekend and are 4/5 favourites to beat a Hearts side that ended a run of five without a win with a comprehensive 4-0 defeat of the Accies at Tynecastle. The Jambos have a habit of hitting something of a purple patch when finding a bit of form and look potentially over-priced at 4/1 to cause an upset. They are likewise a fair price at 13/5 with BetVictor to leave with a share of the spoils, with further value in 1-1 and 2-2 correct scores at 6/1 and 14s respectively.
Rangers should be too strong for an Accies side that had four put past them last weekend, and will be in plenty of accumulators as 1/3 favourites; Hamilton 9/1 and the draw 4s. Celtic should likewise bounce back from dropping two points in the Old Firm derby and are 1/5 favourites to turn over Dundee tomorrow at Dens Park; the hosts 14/1 and the draw 6s.
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