Rangers have often racked up big scores against Hamilton in recent times. Since 2017, they’ve won nine of 10 meetings and bagged 37 goals as they netted at least four on seven occasions.
They haven’t smashed anyone recently though, scoring more than twice in just one of 13 games across all competitions, but the second-worst defence in the Premiership shouldn’t put up too much resistance.
Brian Rice’s side have now conceded 10 times in four outings, including 4-2 and 4-1 defeats to Livingston and Celtic respectively in their last two on home turf.
The latter result was a tad harsh however as they played some good attacking football, with a first half red card hindering their efforts, while three of Celtic’s goals came late in the day.
Hamilton have since followed that up with a 1-1 draw with fellow strugglers St. Mirren, as they led for the vast bulk of the match a missed a penalty that would have delivered maximum points.
However, excluding an easy win over fourth-tier Edinburgh City in the previous round of this competition, Hamilton are still just W3-D7-L13 dating back into August as they’ve lost seven of the past 10.
They’ve even lost five of their last six at home, conceding an average of over two goals per game, so we’d expect this to be a fairly comfortable afternoon for their visitors.
Rangers To Win And Both Teams To Score
The Gers have won eight of 10 matches since mid-December, while even on the road they’ve won 12 of 15 trips domestically since the start of the season.
Steven Gerrard’s men haven’t had many problems obtaining clean sheets at Ibrox, with 11 from 15 dating back into September, including wins over the likes of Feyenoord, Aberdeen, and Porto.
However, both teams have scored in five of their last seven on their travels, including a 3-1 win over Hamilton themselves, so there’s certainly an opportunity for the hosts to register on the scoreboard.
Hamilton may have lost their six matches hosting Rangers since 2016/17, but they still found the net in five of these games.
The most recent five all saw a minimum of four goals, though at the prices we’d steer clear of backing plenty goals and instead it’s the both teams to score market that offers greater value.
Indeed, excluding that cup win over lowly Edinburgh City, seven of Hamilton’s last 10 on home soil have seen both teams find the net.
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