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CUSTOMERS are hardly banging on the door to get on Hibs at 5-6 as John Hughes' side look to put to bed their shocking record at Easter Road.

Hughes has lost Stokes to Celtic and punters aren't looking to oppose Caley istle despite their defeat last time out.

Stokes will be looking to get o the mark on his debut for his beloved Celtic at Parkhead.

e lifelong Hoops fan is 9-2 to score rst against Hearts and with unlimited places on o er with bet365 that is sure to attract plenty of each-way interest.

Rangers have a short trip to Hamilton to contend with and takers of the 2-5 will be hoping Smith's men are concentrating 100 per cent on this game and not have one eye on the midweek trip to Old Tra ord.

Punters got it spot on last week with both Ross County and Queen of the South hosing up in the ALBA Challenge Cup and the early birds have been keen to back in-form Berwick at home to Arbroath in the ird Division and Alloa to see o Ayr in the Second.

South of the border it's the Wayne Rooney show on his return to Goodison and the former To ees striker is 2-1 to be booked and 25-1 to be sent o. I'm expecting a few quid for the latter as the Man United star could face a fraught afternoon.

Have a pre-match correct score, HT/FT or scorecast bet on any match and if the game nishes 0-0 we will refund all losing bets on these markets.

Check out or phone 08000 288 365 for all the weekend's sporting action and pounds 200 in free bets for new customers. All the best.

Steve Freeth
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Sep 11, 2010
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