Glasgow giants Celtic have been priced up at 10/1 to win a second consecutive Treble in Scotland following the appointment of Brendan Rodgers.
With Celtic winning the Scottish Premiership, Scottish Cup and Scottish League Cup in style under Ange Postecoglou last season, Spurs have prised the Australian away from Parkhead this summer as the club's permanent successor to Antonio Conte.
Northern Irishman Brendan Rodgers has been installed as Postecoglou's replacement, returning to manage the club for a second time having won seven major trophies at Celtic between 2016 and 2019 before departing to the Premier League with Leicester City.
50-year-old Rodgers made a huge impact at Celtic during his first spell, with his trophy haul of seven including a Double Treble in his first two seasons in charge, and the Bhoys are given odds of to claim all three trophies up for grabs in Scotland again next season.
Rodgers was also remarkably able to go unbeaten in his first season in charge of Celtic back in 2016-17, with the prospect of the Celts repeating this feat next season priced at 20/1.
bet365's Steve Freeth said: “They say never go back, and let’s be honest, many Celtic fans didn’t want Brendan Rodgers back after the way he packed up and left for the Premier League in 2019.
"However, what he achieved at Celtic Park should not be underestimated and after seeing his reputation slightly tarnished by a disappointing season at Leicester, he gets the chance to rebuild that, as well as the bridges with the Celtic fanbase after his hasty departure.”
With Postecoglou leading Celtic to back-to-back titles in the past two seasons after Steven Gerrard's Rangers had thwarted the Hoops' hopes of a historic 10th consecutive league win in 2020-21, Rodgers' charges are priced at 8/11 to win the Scottish Premiership next term.
Celtic could have their work cut out to keep bitter rivals Rangers at bay next season, however, with the Gers looking an improved force under Michael Beale and having comprehensively beaten their Glasgow rivals 3-0 in their last meeting at Ibrox in May.
Rangers are given odds of Evens to steal the Scottish Premiership title back from Celtic, with manager Beale lining up a significant squad overhaul following the exits of Alfredo Morelos and Ryan Kent upon the expiry of their contracts at Ibrox.
Beale's side are also priced at 40/1 to replicate the feat achieved by Steven Gerrard's Rangers side in 2020/21 and go the whole of next season unbeaten in the Scottish Premiership.