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L1, L2, & Scottish Predictions > Jan 2nd


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Check out the odds and ratings for the games coming up this weekend in League 1, League 2, and the Scottish Premiership. I'm taking a few days off to replenish my sanity as we head into 2021. Post up any predictions you have so we can maximise the profits for this first round of matches in the New Year! @allyhibs, I hope your boys put in a better shift this weekend! :lol

 

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@StevieDay1983

That was the worst performance in a long time, not one player gets pass marks from me. Right from the start it was clear none of them were on it, poor first touch, passes going astray, second to every ball, slow, no energy or drive, just an awful performance. Whatever it was it needs to be fixed quickly.

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Hull City vs Charlton Athletic

 

 

Hull City

Doubtful: -

Out (injuries/other): Callum Jones (1/0 m)

Suspended: -

(Some unnamed players are out because of Covid-19.)

 

Charlton Athletic

Doubtful:

Out (injuries/other): Akin Famewo (9/0 d), Andrew Shinnie (10/1 m), Ryan Inniss (5/0 d), Alfie Doughty (7/1 m)

Suspended: Chuks Aneke (14/6 m, top scorer)

 

Daily updated injuries and suspensions information from more then 100 football leagues and competitions worldwide at: www.injuriesandsuspensions.com

 

Overall Stats
Hull City
8 home games
Charlton Athletic
10 away games
1.0 Goals scored per game 1.5
0.8 Goals conceded per game 1.0
50% Clean sheets 50%
75% Team scored 90%
25% Team scored twice 60%
13% Scored in both halves 40%
38% Goal in both halves 50%
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Rangers vs Celtic

The last decade was very tough for Rangers fans as they have been waiting for the title since 2011. They even saw their favorite team collapsing to League Two and struggling with debts due to poor leadership at that time. However, they managed to consolidate and get back to Premiership in the 2016/17 season. Nevertheless, the Gers haven’t been competitive in the title battle, and Celtic managed to keep the trophy on their shelves without any trouble. But, Steven Gerard has been building a squad that can get back on the top, and it seems this could be The season. Alfredo Morelos and the lads are the only undefeated team in the competition, and they missed the chance to win just twice in 21 rounds played so far. Although the Colombian international hasn’t been as efficient as in the previous campaigns, his teammates have been very productive. James Tavernier netted an impressive 11 goals, which make him the most efficient right-back in Europe. Rangers are 16 points ahead of their fierce rivals, although Celtic has three games in hand. Gerard’s side conceded only five times, and although they got eliminated from the Betfred Cup, the hosts can be delighted how things have been going for them so far. Rangers also secured a place in the Europa League knockout stage, and with a potential victory in this game, they would be very close to the title.

On the other hand, this has been the worst season for Celtic in the past ten years. The away side got eliminated from the Champions League qualifiers by the Hungarian side Ferencvaros, and that game just announced their troubles. Although Celtic lost only once in the Premiership, they spilled too many points in draw matches. Their continental campaign was a disaster, as they finished at the bottom in the Europa League group stage. Everything culminated after a 2:0 defeat against Ross County in Betfred Cup, but Neil Lennon remained as Celtic manager despite fans’ protests. The visitors improved a bit lately, and they tied four victories in a row. They managed to keep the clean sheet in the past four Premiership rounds, and they need a perfect display to pick up a win and remain in the title race.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

Every Old Firm is a story for itself, and this one won’t lack excitement. This is one of the strongest rivalries in the world, and the stake is always high. Although these games are very hard to predict, we believe Rangers are slight favorites, and they will celebrate a priceless victory.

Goals Market Prediction

In their last eight head-to-head clashes, football fans could see more than two goals just twice. Since both sides have been very tight in the back lately, and they shouldn’t risk too much, this should also stay under a 2.5 margin.

Rangers to win @ 1.75

Under 2.5 FT @ 1.55

Correct score 1:0 @ 9.50

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Hibernian v Livingston.

After Wednesday nights abject performance, Jack Ross needed to freshen things up for this game and he's done exactly that with the return of a few players from injury, Marciano, Gogic and Mallan replacing Barnes, Wright and Hallberg makes us a far better team and the price on the home win looks good value because of it.

Hibs @ 2.45 - 2pts.

 

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