It may not be La Liga but if you’re after drama and thrills then the Scottish Premiership is the place to be.
This season sees Celtic aiming for a tenth consecutive league title and battling against Rangers, who look set to throw everything bar the kitchen sink to stop their fierce rivals from cementing their place in the record books.
In what’s sure to be a thrilling season, we’ll be with you every step of the way with all the latest Scottish Premiership title odds, Scottish Premiership relegation odds, betting news, and juicy offers.
Here are all the latest odds for the upcoming matches in the Scottish Premiership.
Click on any odds to add it to your betslip or click on a fixture to see a comparison of odds from all the top bookies.
Why not bet on it?
Yes it’s dominated by Celtic and Rangers but there’s plenty of other competitive matches to get stuck into every week.
Away from the Old Firm, any team can do the business against their opponents meaning there’s fantastic betting value to be had.
Oh and where else can you watch a match at a stadium called the Tony Macaroni Arena aka ‘The Spaghettihad’?!
This season could replay a familiar story of the title being fought out between the Glasgow giants but the race for 3rd and 4th could be a tasty contest with Aberdeen and Hibs the likely lads to grab those spots.
Jack Ross has put together a competitive squad at Easter Road this season and Hibs could be the value bet in the ‘Betting without Celtic and Rangers’ market.
Our Top Odds Pick for the Scottish Premiership is Hibs (without Celtic & Rangers) – 7/4 at bet365
Celtic once more dominated the domestic season and landed a 9th title after the season was ended prematurely following the onset of Covid.
They also scooped the League Cup and have booked their place in the delayed Scottish Cup semi-finals as they look to secure a Treble for the third season in a row.
Celtic’s Odsonne Edouard was the top goalscorer, bagging 22 goals leading to plenty of interest from European clubs – will anyone make a move for the Frenchman before the end of the current transfer window?