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Scottish Premiership Weekend Accumulator: Celtic to continue title celebrations in 81/1 four-fold

It's the final Old Firm of the season on Saturday as champions Celtic travel to Rangers and we could be in for another fierce encounter between these two at Ibrox.

The Gers will be in no mood to allow the Bhoys to celebrate after they wrapped up the title last weekend and, if the meetings between the pair this season are anything to go by, this could be a match filled with goals and cards. 

Elsewhere on Saturday, Aberdeen host Hibernian, Ross County travel to Dundee Utd, Livingston head to Kilmarnock, St Johnstone host Motherwell and Hearts make the trip to St Mirren.

We have picked out four of those matches, spearheaded by the clash at Ibrox, to produce a four-fold that pays out at 81/1.

Weekend four-fold:

Celtic to beat Rangers and both teams to score @ 3/1
Aberdeen to beat Hibernian @ 21/20
Dundee Utd to beat Ross County and both teams to score @ 4/1
Kilmarnock to beat Livingston @ 1/1 

Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.

Celtic to best Rangers again

WhatRangers v Celtic
WhereIbrox, Glasgow
When12:30, Saturday 13th May
How to watchSky Sports Football and Main Event
OddsRangers 9/5, Draw 13/5, Celtic 13/10

Celtic's 2-0 victory at Hearts last time out secured the Scottish Premiership title for a second straight season and keeps the club on course for the treble, which they are two thirds of the way to completing. 

While there can be a tendency to drop off after guaranteeing the trophy, a trip to Ibrox for another Old Firm clash will ensure there is no let up from the Bhoys as they look to continue their dominance over Rangers. 

Ange Postecoglou's troops are unbeaten in their last six meetings against the Light Blues, while the Hoops have not tasted defeat to the Gers in 90 minutes since August 2021. 

Rangers only just edged past Aberdeen 1-0 last time out, ending a two-game losing streak across all competitions, but it shouldn't be hard for the hosts to get themselves riled up for this one. 

One thing this encounter should have is goals, as the duo have scored a combined 187 goals in the league this season, while both teams have scored in three of the last four meetings between the pair. 

While a Celtic win and BTTS at 3/1 in Result/Both Team to Score is the main choice here, it may also prove prudent to back Over 5.5 Cards in the Asian Total Cards market given the fact there have been 20 yellows dished out over the last three meetings.

Dons to hit back

WhatAberdeen v Hibernian
WherePittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen
When15:00, Saturday 13th May
How to watchHibs TV
OddsAberdeen 21/20, Draw 5/2, Hibernian 12/5

Aberdeen's seven-game winning streak was ended with a narrow 1-0 loss to Rangers last time out and Barry Robson will be hoping to see a quick response from his side when entertaining Hibernian. 

The Dons have won their last five matches at Pittodrie, the last four victories coming with clean sheets, and they will be after big revenge after losing 6-0 at Easter Road back in January. 

Hibs arrive on a three-game unbeaten run but they have struggled to find their feet on the road, with their last three away outings resulting in defeats to Celtic and Dundee Utd before drawing with St Johnstone. 

Priced at 21/20 To Win in Full Time Result, Aberdeen are hard to ignore at this price given their fine run on home soil.

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Lively affair in relegation clash

WhatDundee United v Ross County
WhereTannadice Park, Dundee
When15:00, Saturday 13th May
OddsDundee United 13/10, Draw 11/5, Ross County 21/10

There is a huge relegation battle at Tannadice Park on Saturday as 10th-placed Dundee Utd play host to rock-bottom Ross County, who are just a point behind the hosts. 

The Terrors' three-game winning streak was ended with a 1-0 loss at St Johnstone and that defeat, coupled with County's 2-0 win over Livingston, has tightened things up at the bottom. 

While County arrive in good spirits, they have struggled on the road this season and they have only managed to win one of their last 10 away matches across all competitions. 

United have been better on home soil, where they are unbeaten in their last three, and there is just a feeling a vocal Tannadice Park can spur them onto a crucial three points. 

With Jim Goodwin's side keeping just one clean sheet in the last 14 assignments across all competitions, and County securing just one shutout from their last six away league matches, backing the hosts to win and both teams to score at 4/1 in Result/Both Teams to Score is appealing.

Kilmarnock to boost survival hopes

WhatKilmarnock v Livingston
WhereRugby Park, Kilmarnock
When15:00, Saturday 13th May
OddsKilmarnock 1/1, Draw 5/2, Livingston 13/5

With Dundee Utd and Ross County taking on each other, Kilmarnock will be hoping to make the most of two relegation rivals facing off and boost their survival hopes. 

Killie are 11th in the standings ahead of Livingston's visit, just a point off the bottom, but they now face an opponent whose season appears to have petered out. 

The Lions are in no danger of going down and the fact they have nothing to play for has been evident in recent weeks, with four defeats suffered from their last five outings. 

Kilmarnock did lose their last home game 4-1, but that was to Celtic, and they were previously unbeaten in five across all competitions at Rugby Park. 

With the hosts having it all to play for, backing Killie To Win at 1/1 in Full Time Result is the best way to go.

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