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Celtic enter Rangers contest as hot favourites

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2024/05/10 12:30
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Celtic and Rangers face off this Saturday at the Celtic Park in an intriguing match in the Scottish Premiership.

After winning 3-0 in the last match against Hearts (Scottish Premiership 2023/24), Celtic receive Rangers, who won 4-1 against Kilmarnock (Scottish Premiership 2023/24). Going into the encounter, Brendan Rodgers's team has recorded a six-game unbeaten sequence in the cinch Premiership 23/24. Digging back into the archives highlights that Celtic and Philippe Clément's team have faced each other three hundred seventy-five times, with Rangers holding the advantage: 141 victories, against 136 victories of Brendan Rodgers's team. Specifically in the Celtic Park, Celtic have the advantage in the duels against Philippe Clément's team: 88 wins in 188 games, while Rangers have 49 wins.

Considering only the Scottish Premiership, there have been three hundred thirty-four games played between the two teams, with 127 wins for Rangers, 93 draws and 114 wins for Celtic.

Considering the cinch Premiership 23/24, from Celtic's most influential players, Kyogo Furuhashi has entered the pitch 35 times, and Joe Hart has played the most minutes (2998). Matt O’Riley is their current best scorer with 14 goals. As for Rangers, Jack Butland is the most used player in a total of 35 games (3150 min). James Tavernier has scored 17 goals, the most across Rangers's squad.

The last meeting between the two teams ended with a draw, 3-3. Celtic are given the favouritism to win this match.

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