Former Celtic striker Alan McInally has teamed up with online betting partner BETDAQ to preview this weekend’s game against Hibernian.

It wasn’t pretty, but Celtic got there in the end against Aberdeen last weekend. The result was just what the side needed and it drew a line under a few poor results.

The Hoops now play Hibernian for the second time in a week after their cup game on Wednesday evening. Neil Lennon will have been quite rightly delighted with the midweek performance at Easter Road, especially being one down at the break.

An inspired second half fight back will have given the squad a huge boost ahead of Saturday’s league game. With the fixture at Celtic Park, I don’t see any problems for the Hoops.

Celtic have won three on the bounce at home in the league and another here can currently be backed at around 1/5 on BETDAQ 1BET. Having looked back at last season’s results against Hibs, it’s easy to see why an away win is 100/8.

These two clubs met three times last year and the Hoops won on each occasion – scoring eight and conceding only two. Saturday’s game will already be the third time they’ve met since August and it’s been plain sailing thus far.

Another comfortable three points are on the cards, which puts the side in a great position to get past Motherwell in second place.

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