Celtic to win and over 2.5 goals is 10/11.
Celtic to win, over 2.5 goals and both teams to score NO is 7/2.
After an empathic victory on flag day to start the new season, will champions Celtic make it two wins out of two?
Last Sunday, Ange Postecoglou’s side had to work for it but did mange to beat Aberdeen 2-0 at Parkhead.
Stephen Welsh heading home a fourth minute opener, before Jota’s stunning late strike made sure the points were secured.
This means the Hoops are now unbeaten in 33 Premiership matches, winning 27 of them, so will they increase both of those figures in the Highlands?
Ross County meanwhile began their season with a defeat at Tynecastle, narrowly beaten 2-1 by Hearts.
The Staggies were certainly competitive in defeat with Jordan White’s goal just coming too late to spark a comeback.
Despite failing to win any of their first 12 matches last season, Malky Mackay’s side actually ended up finishing sixth.
Given that they have one of the smallest budgets in the division, survival very much remains Ross County’s primary objective.
Celtic won all four meetings with the Staggies last season and this streak is likely to continue in Dingwall.