Celtic Betting Odds 2019/20


We are just four short weeks away from the opening day of the Scottish Premiership, with Celtic hosting St Johnstone on Saturday 3rd August.

Even sooner, Celtic’s first Champions League qualifying match tomorrow, at  19:45. The first leg is away to FK Sarajevo, the 18/19 Champions of the Premier League of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Celtic are currently priced at 1/2 to win the first leg with William Hill. Sarajevo have lost both of their club friendlies so far, losing 2-0 and 3-2 respectively.

Meanwhile, Celtic come into this game in good form, winning two and drawing one friendly so far. The second leg is at Celtic Park, taking place on the 17th July for a 19:45 kickoff.

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Now let’s look at outright bets for the 2019/20 season. Celtic are currently best priced at 4/11 to win the 19/20 Scottish Premiership with Betway, Coral and Ladbrokes.

The value is not exactly there, but we could find value in another outright market. Ladbrokes have priced up Celtic to win the Domestic Treble at 6/1.

At 6/1, it could be worth the price, but the squad is currently under a rebuilding process after losing a host of players.

Five players left on free transfers, losing Scott Allan, Cristian Gamboa, Dedryck Boyata, Mikael Lustig and Marvin Compper (cough).

Also, losing Jeremy Toljan, Oliver Burke and Filip Benkovic as their loans ended.

So far, Celtic have bought Christopher Jullien (Centre-Back), Boli Bolingoli (Left-Back) and acquired Luca Connell on a nominal fee from Bolton.

It is a positive start, but Kieran Tierney is linked to Arsenal if they increase their low first bid. On that note, it’s reported Napoli could also join the bidding.

There are also rumours of teams linked to Tom Rogic, Olivier Ntcham, and Callum McGregor. Of course, they are just rumours so far, but it could be wise to wait until the transfer window shuts before considering the Domestic Treble bet.

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