Both sets of fans will be eager for kick-off at Ibrox this Saturday. Rangers’ loyal support will be hopping to forget, for 90 minutes, a horrible week in which they entered administration by getting back to football and seeing off struggling Killie.
The good news is that are priced at 31/100 to do so.
The visitors to the champions, though, will be just as desperate for the game to start as they hope to move on from a poor run by putting in a good performance.
But with no SPL wins since January 2nd and none in their last seven on the road, it would be a hard ask for this Kilmarnock side to pick up a draw, which is given odds of 15/4.
The Gers have won eight in a row against Kilmarnock at home, and with six of those eight wins seeing three or more goals scored in the game, a bet on a Rangers win with over 2.5 combined goals in the match, at 19/20, is worth a look.
Killie, however, have already beaten Rangers this season. Their 1-0 triumph at Rugby Park was the first league defeat of the campaign for Rangers and was followed by three more domestic losses, most recently in the Scottish Cup at home to Dundee United.
The odds on Kilmarnock inflicting a second home loss on Ally McCoist’s men in as many weeks are 17/2, while the odds on the scoreline ending 1-0 again are given as 20/1.
But forgetting their financial woes, Rangers are huge favourites to win on Saturday against a side who, as mentioned, have only scored three times in their last five matches. With that in mind, a Rangers win to nil could be in store and the odds on that are evens.
What’s more, the Gers have won eight in a row against Kilmarnock at home, and with six of those eight wins seeing three or more goals scored in the game, a bet on a Rangers win with over 2.5 combined goals in the match, at 19/20, is worth a look.
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