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Scottish Premiership Betting Odds

The Old Firm of Celtic and Rangers have dominated Scottish football, winning the last 29 top flight titles. Celtic waltzed to a 45th championship in 2013/4. Go to the official SPL site for information.

Premiership Matches

Time Home Draw Away Betting

Friday 3rd April 2015

19:45TV

St Mirren (14)

Draw (6)

Celtic (2/9)

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Saturday 4th April 2015

15:00

Aberdeen (1/2)

Draw (7/2)

Partick (7)

All Odds

15:00

Dundee Utd (15/13)

Draw (13/5)

Ross County (5/2)

All Odds

15:00

Hamilton (17/10)

Draw (9/4)

St Johnstone (15/8)

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15:00

Inverness (4/5)

Draw (27/10)

Dundee (15/4)

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15:00

Kilmarnock (20/19)

Draw (5/2)

Motherwell (11/4)

All Odds

League Table

Position Team Pts

1

Celtic

66

2

Aberdeen

61

3

Inverness

53

4

Dundee U

46

5

St J'stone

44

6

Hamilton

42

7

Dundee

40

8

Kilmarnock

38

9

Partick

34

10

Ross Co

28

11

Motherwell

25

12

St Mirren

21

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