Scotland Premier League Betting Odds Comparison

Scottish Premiership Betting Odds – Rangers Eyeing Top Spot

Kilmarnock v Hibs – Kilmarnock to Win

Odds comparisons between the best bookmakers show that it’s very tough to separate Kilmarnock and Hibs ahead of their meeting on Saturday. Kilmarnock fans won’t be feeling that way. They’re delighted that their team have lost just three games all season and although they’ve won just one in five, Hibs have just five points fewer to show for themselves having played one game fewer. Neil Lennon has a lot of work to do though and things may just get worse for the Hibs boss against a Kilmarnock side who are well priced at best betting odds of 17/10.

St Mirren v Hamilton – St Mirren to Win

St Mirren secured the biggest win of their season by some distance last weekend when they beat Hearts 2-0 at St Mirren Park. Make no mistake though, there is a long hard road ahead for Oran Kearney and his players if they are to avoid relegation. Hamilton are also very much in the relegation mix up and would actually drop below St Mirren if they were to lose their third match in a row. That’s an entirely likely outcome given the filip St Mirren (who are available at best betting odds of 7/5 to win) received last weekend.

Hearts v Rangers – Rangers to Win to Nil

Hearts need to bounce back quickly from that shock loss to St Mirren if they are to remain in the hunt for the title. That looks a tough ask against a Rangers side who have won five of their last six matches. The Gers are aiming to make the most of Celtic’s participation in the Scottish League Cup final to overtake their rivals and go top of the Premiership. The football odds suggest that’s just what Rangers will do but Hearts’ recent horrible form suggest it could be worth taking more of a risk by backing Rangers to win to nil at 9/4.

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Hamilton v Celtic – Celtic -2 Goals

Celtic returned to the top of the Scottish Premiership before the international break but were held to a frustrating goalless draw away to Livingston last time out. Before that draw, Celtic were playing some wonderful attacking football and had scored 20 goals in just four league matches. Hamilton held out for over an hour in their first meeting against Celtic in August but they’ve struggled badly since then while Celtic have improved. Brendan Rodgers’ men are the favourites in the football odds but look good value to win with a two goal handicap at 6/4.

Rangers v Livingston – Under 2.5 Goals

If results go their way this weekend, Rangers could leapfrog Celtic and reach the summit of the Premiership table. Steven Gerrard knows that’s unlikely but will make it very clear to his players how important it is that they take care of business by beating Livingston at Ibrox. That is easier said than done given that Livingston have the second best defensive record in the league this season. They kept a clean sheet at Celtic Park and can at least keep the scoring down at Ibrox so under 2.5 goals looks a solid bet with our odds comparison showing it is available 5/4.

St Mirren v Hearts – Hearts to Win

After such an impressive start to the season Hearts have hit the wall lately. The Jambos have just one point to show from their last three matches and are no longer looking down on the rest of the competition. Almost everybody is looking down on St Mirren though as they are without a win since their very first match of the season. The Paisley club secured a valuable point away to bottom side Dundee last time out but the football odds suggest they’ll return to losing ways again with Hearts available at best betting odds of 4/6.

The Scottish Premier League is the highest level of domestic football in Scotland and has long been dominated by Glasgow giants Rangers and Celtic. That all changed in 2012 when Rangers were forced to disband due to financial problems and re-entered Scottish football under new ownership, effectively as a new club, in the fourth tier.

Without one of its biggest sides the Premier League has struggled and whilst Rangers hope to rejoin the top flight in 2015 after three successive promotions, their absence for three years has been seriously felt by them and others alike. Financially, and in terms of prestige, the Premier League has struggled without Rangers and this situation wasn’t helped by the dual relegation in 2014 of Edinburgh’s top two clubs Hearts and Hibs.

For the first time ever Edinburgh’s giants and Rangers are all outside the top flight and in many ways the Scottish Championship may be the more fascinating of the leagues in the 2014-15 season.

In the Premier League many will assume that the title is Celtic’s for the taking and this is certainly true, the Bhoys are red-hot favourites to take a fourth consecutive league title and a 46th in total. Few would predict anything else and we certainly wouldn’t bet against it but for all the best Premier League odds whatever your predictions, you’re in the right place.

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