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SPL: Bhoys on the drift

Gordon Strachan's Celtic are odds against to win this year's Scottish Premier League on the eve of the new season.

Strachan's side were humiliated 5-0 away against minnows Artmedia of Bratislava in Champions League qualifying on Wednesday and will head into their opening game at Motherwell on Saturday with confidence at rock bottom.

"We were 5/6 about both Celtic and Rangers a week ago but there's been a lot of shrewd money for Alex McLeish's team in recent days," confirmed VC Bet's football trader Nick Blezard.

That flood of recent money has seen Rangers shorten to 4/6 with the Bhoys drifting to 11/10. Hibernian are the Scottish elite's third favourites at 200/1.

"There has to be something seriously wrong for a team to lose 5-0 against distinctly average opposition and it will be interesting to see if they can pick themselves up for the weekend.

"If they don't Rangers' current 4/6 odds will look massive."

Rangers 4/6
Celtic 11/10
Hibernian 200/1
Aberdeen 250/1
Hearts 300/1
Dundee Utd 500/1
Motherwell 1,000/1
Kilmarnock 1,000/1
Livingston 2,000/1
Inverness CT 2,000/1
Dunfermline 2,500/1
Falkirk 3,000/1

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