After a shock 3-2 defeat to Inverness CT in midweek, Neil Lennon will be hoping his Celtic side can bounce back against Kilmarnock at Rugby Park on Sunday (May 8th).
Another five-goal thriller would return £44 on a successful £10 bet on five or more goals being scored in the match, thanks to bwin.com’s odds of 17/5.
The Hoops will be without strike pairing Anthony Stokes and Georgios Samaras, who are both suspended.
Meanwhile, Celtic fans will be disappointed to hear that influential midfielder Beram Kayal has been ruled out for the season after breaking his wrist in Wednesday’s game in Inverness.
He joins Joe Ledley on the sidelines, with Glenn Loovens, Charlie Mulgrew and Mark Wilson all doubts as well.
However, Lennon has a strong squad and could call on Efrain Juarez or Ki Sung-Yueng to step in for the Israeli, while Gary Hooper is a shoo-in to start at Rugby Park.
Kris Commons, Shaun Maloney, Daryl Murphy and Paddy McCourt are all capable of partnering the Englishman up front.
Celtic are 3/10 favourites on bwin.com, meaning a successful £10 bet on the Bhoys would return £13.
However, correctly predicting a 3-0 win for the visitors would return £82.50 with a £10 stake at odds of 29/4.
Those who think Killie will push the SPL title challengers all the way could bet £10 on a 3-2 Celtic victory at 25/1 and walk away with £260 if they are correct.
Neil Lennon knows his side cannot afford to drop any points between now and the end of the season and games against Hearts and Motherwell will follow Sunday’s fixture on Scotland’s west coast.
“Inverness was a disappointing performance but we can’t afford to dwell on it. We have to win at Kilmarnock,” the Celtic boss said.
“If Rangers slip up we have to be ready to take advantage. It’s not over. Anything can happen.”
The Gers take on Hearts at Ibrox this weekend having just been taken over by Motherwell-born businessman Craig Whyte, who bought Sir David Murray’s 85.3 per cent stake in the Glasgow club for £1.
A successful £10 bet on Kilmarnock to score first would return £37.50 at odds of 11/4.
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