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This will be Scott Brown’s final appearance for Celtic and the veteran is sure to feature. However, teenage left-back Adam Montgomery could be handed another start with loanee Diego Laxalt set to return to AC Milan, while Jonjoe Kenny (Everton) and Mohamed Elyounoussi (Southampton) are set to play their final games for the Hoops as well before returning to their parent clubs.
Celtic have ben in good form on home turf of late, but they’ve failed to win in five appearances across all competitions on the road. Two of those were defeats to Rangers, but they’ve still won just three of nine road trips in the league and look too short at the prices to get behind.
Hibernian Double Chance
Hibernian have lost just once in six appearances in all competitions now, winning four of these and taking a win on penalties in the other.
A comfortable victory over fourth-tier Stranraer in the first of these was to be expected, while Livingston, Dundee Utd and Aberdeen were all winnable fixtures, but they’re ending the season in reasonable fashion with seven wins from their past 12 league fixtures.
Hibs can also take encouragement from their head-to-head record against Celtic, having taken a point from each of their past two encounters.
Moreover, at Easter Road alone, they’re a highly impressive W2-D4-L1 against the Hoops since they returned to the Premiership in 2017/18.
Both Teams To Score (No)
Since 2018/19, four of five clashes between these two at Easter Road have seen fewer than three goals. That’s also been the case in 15 of Hibernian’s last 20 league games, as at least one team failed to score in 13 of these.
That includes under 2.5 goals landing in six of their last seven on home turf, as both teams to score (no) has landed in nine of their past 10 at home.