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Steven Gerrard might not want to admit it publicly, but the title is done and dusted and it’s now merely a question of when his side lifts the silverware, and whether his side can match Celtic’s ‘invincibles’ feat from 2016/17 under Brendan Rodgers.
Rangers are 15 points clear with a game in hand, with time running out for Celtic to catch them, while there’s a tantalizing prospect of securing the title in the upcoming Old Firm derby later this month.
Under 2.5 Goals
26 victories from 30 unbeaten league games is an incredible feat, while the defensive record of just nine goals conceded stands out in particular.
European progress hasn’t been dimmed either with a pair of pulsating wins over Royal Antwerp recently, and in all competitions, the Gers have bagged 13 goals in three appearances now.
However, their previous four outings all saw fewer than three goals and in the league alone, eight of their 11 matches since Christmas have gone under that threshold.
Rangers To Win To Nil
Rangers have been more prone to conceding goals in Europe and we’d expect this to be a little less chaotic.
Each of the past five meetings between Livingston and Rangers have seen a maximum of two goals, as three of these saw one goal or less, though Rangers triumphed 1-0 or 2-0 in four of the encounters.
Rangers have in fact won seven of the last eight encounters, shipping just one goal, so the win to nil appears inevitable here.
Livingston must bounce back from the disappointment of missing out in the League Cup final to St. Johnstone.
The 1-0 defeat in that game means that at least one team has failed to score in six of their last eight appearances, as six of these also fewer than three goals.
The hosts are an even W3-D4-L3 in all competitions since mid-January, but they’ve lost three of four winless outings now and that doesn’t bode well here.
Borna Barisic To Score Anytime
With James Tavernier remaining sidelined through a knee injury, Borna Barisic looks handy in the goalscorer markets.
He’s certainly delivered from the penalty spot with three successful conversions across two legs with Antwerp, and although he missed one in the 4-1 rout of Dundee Utd, there appears little prospect of the Croatian being stepped down from his temporary duties from 12 yards.