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No away games for Harrogate until now but Orient looking strong. In the last home game against Exeter we see an excellent performance. Attack line has nice forwards. Archibald and Drinan givin a nice image in the game. Excellent change in set pieces, too much scoring chances, and nice finishes. If Orient show the same profile in this match then she take the win.


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Milton Keynes Dons vs Accrington Stanley



Milton Keynes Dons

Doubtful: Daniel Harvie (3/0 d)

Out (injuries/other): Max Watters (0/0 f), David Kasumu (0/0 m)

Suspended: -


Accrington Stanley

Doubtful: Colby Bishop (4/0 f, probably in), Harvey Rodgers (4/0 d, probably in)

Out (injuries/other): John O’Sullivan (1/0 m), Seamus Conneely (0/0 d, captain), Joe Hardy (0/0 f)

Suspended: -


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Rangers vs Celtic

The home side aimed for the Champions League spot, but they will participate in the Europa League group stage. Although the Gers managed to secure a place in continental cups, they didn’t shine in the qualifiers. Despite having a lead and an extra player at Ibrox Stadium, Steven Gerard’s side failed to eliminate Malmo in the 3rd round. They faced Armenian side Alashkert in the Europa League quals playoffs but booked only a narrow 1:0 aggregate win. Alfredo Morelos and the lads already lost one match in the Premiership, and they need to improve to reach the level of last season’s performances.

Despite losing against AZ Alkmaar on Thursday, Celtic also secured a place in the Europa League group stage. They had a slow start into the new campaign and lost to Hears in the opening round. However, Odsonne Edouard and the lads booked six victories in a row since then, scoring at least twice in each. Nevertheless, just one win came on the road, where Celtic is not that convincing. The visitors failed to keep the clean sheet in all four away matches so far, and they need to be more disciplined in Old Firm if they want to win here.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

Since the beginning of the campaign, neither team shines despite occasional comfortable wins against much weaker opponents in the Premiership. Therefore, we wouldn’t be surprised if this Old Firm clash ends in a draw.

Goals Market Prediction

Celtic has been pretty productive so far in the season, scoring 13 goals in the Premiership. We saw goals in both nets in all their away matches this season, and this one shouldn’t be much different. Therefore, the nets shouldn’t remain still in this encounter.

Draw @ 3.40 

BTTS Yes @ 1.70 

Correct score 1:1 @ 6.50

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Rangers vs Celtic

The most hotly anticipated Old Firm Derby in a long time is coming up at 12pm BST on Sunday afternoon when Rangers host Celtic at Ibrox. The return of fans to football stadiums will see the hostile atmosphere of this epic fixture rise to the fore once again. Both teams have already defeats this season so a loss here could be devastating for their early season morale.

Rangers secured the league title at a canter last season but things haven't quite been going so well for Steven Gerrard's men since the new campaign kicked off. The Gers have picked up expected wins over Livingston and Ross County but suffered a shock 1-0 loss away to Dundee United. The Glaswegians were also eliminated from the Champions League by Swedish club Malmo but have booked their spot in the group stage of the Europa League after a 1-0 aggregate win over Armenian club Alashkert. Gerrard himself and a number of key players missed that midweek game due to a covid outbreak but they could be back available for this one. One important player who could play an influential role on proceedings is Ryan Kent. Rangers fans will be praying he's available otherwise the creative outlet of this team could be severely stunted.

Celtic have started life under new head coach Ange Postecoglou in indifferent fashion. A disappointing 2-1 loss away to Hearts on the opening weekend was followed up by resounding 6-0 wins against both Dundee and St Mirren at home. Progress in Europe hasn't been plain sailing either. Early elimination from the Champions League by Danish side FC Midtjylland was remedied by qualification for the group stages of the Europa League after navigating their way past Czech team Jablonec and Dutch side AZ. The result over AZ was pleasing but some defensive flaws were heavily exposed in that second leg. It's now 11 goals conceded in their first 10 games in all competitions. This is something Rangers could certainly look to exploit.

It's an intriguing Old Firm Derby and I totally see why it's being labelled as the first "50-50" Old Firm clash in a while. Both of these teams have suffered their problems this season already and the fact this is a match between 5th and 6th in the Scottish Premiership table shows you how vital it is that neither team loses. Could be see a game where they cancel each other out? I think Celtic's more expansive style could be a problem against Rangers' more rigid approach. I can see the home team nicking this one but certain players will need to play for that to happen... namely Kent.

Rangers to Win @ 2.50 with Betfred

Sending Off @ 3.30 with Boylesports

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