Rangers will be hoping to pile the pressure on bitter rivals Celtic with victory on Tuesday (April 19th) away to Dundee United.
The Gers will travel to Tannadice for the encounter knowing that victory will see them go four points clear at the top of the league, although Celtic will have two games in hand.
Celtic play Kilmarnock the day after Rangers face United before a visit to Ibrox on Sunday for the final Old Firm clash of the season.
Putting points on the board with a win against Peter Houston’s side could be a massive step towards retaining the Scottish title and Walter Smith’s charges are favourites to record their fifth consecutive away win.
A £10 bet on Rangers to keep their good away form going with victory tomorrow night will return £16.
The Tangerines are unlikely to be a pushover, however, and Rangers skipper David Weir has conceded that they are facing one of their toughest away games of the season.
After the initial match between the two was postponed three times, Weir is anticipating a testing 90 minutes against a team which has scored in all bar one of its last 27 league games.
“It’s always difficult up there. We keep saying the same things and everywhere you go in the SPL is tough but Tannadice is one of the toughest,” Weir said
“Regardless of how things have gone before, it’s always imperative we keep winning football matches and we need to keep looking forward.”
As such, United fans hoping to see their team’s unbeaten home run extended to six games can back them to win at 15/4. Alternatively, a £10 bet on the teams sharing the spoils would return £37.
And United, who currently sit in fourth place in the SPL, also won 3-2 when they came to Ibrox in the league just two and a half weeks ago, claiming all three points through David Goodwillie’s last-minute goal.
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