While Neil Lennon’s Celtic have been struggling, Aberdeen have finally found their form with two wins from their last two. A third win in a row is priced at 10/1 at bwin.com.
The Hoops meanwhile will view the visit of Aberdeen as a chance to get back on track and, after coming back to earn a draw at Rennes on Thursday, fans expect a win is just around the corner, as odds of 1/4 suggest.
Aberdeen haven’t scored against Celtic in their last four league meetings which is why, at odds of 3/4, a bet on a Celtic clean sheet is worth a look, especially with Aberdeen not having scored an away goal yet.
In one of those league meetings just mentioned, Aberdeen didn’t just fail to score, but conceded nine.
That was almost a year ago, but history could well repeat itself. A bet on over 4.5 goals in the match at 333/100 or on Celtic to win by four, five or six nil in a multiple correct score bet at 23/4 is worth checking out as Celtic hope to give their fans a big success.
Aberdeen’s last point against Celtic came in a dramatic 4-4 draw last year. A draw on Sunday is priced at 17/4, while a repeat of the 4-4 scoreline is given odds of 250/1.
However, the Celtic win remains the best option but to make the odds more attractive consider a bet on the Hoops to be behind before coming back to earn victory.
This is based on Neil Lennon’s side’s horror display at Kilmarnock last week, when they were 3-0 down at half time but showed commendable fighting spirit to earn a draw.
At odds of 8/1, betting on Celtic to fall behind but claim victory would return £225 to any new customer to bwin.com who uses their free £25 bet on this eventuality and it proved successful.
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