FANCY A STOATER FOR TEN; As Gers go for 10 in a row bookies ask can they hit 10.
LAST season all-conquering Hearts hit 10 in one game - and there is every chance this season's Championship all-stars Rangers can match that.
The Ibrox side have netted five in their last three and someone could get a real spanking one day.
Basement boys Livingston travel to Ibrox today and must fear the worst. Boss Mark Burchill could park a whole fleet of buses and still not stop the likes of Nathan Oduwa, James Tavernier and Martyn Waghorn running riot.
I'm not saying Gers will reach double figures today but if you believe they'll achieve it any time this season take the 3-1 on offer from McBookie.
The Scots firm are also offering 7-2 Rangers score five or more goals for the fourth consecutive match while 10-0 v Livi pays 125-1. Rangers minus one has come up in eight of their nine wins under Mark Warburton. I advised it again at 8-13 last week but bookies are wisening up.
Best price today is 2-5 at Skybet while Gers minus two and minus three have been slashed after I flagged them up on mrfixitstips website on Monday.
Minus two was 13-10 and is now a best 1-1 at Skybet while minus three has gone from 3-1 to a biggest 85-40 with McBookie. Both should trap and anyone who fancies another 5-0 like last week can have minus four at 19-4 Coral.
Rangers are no better than 1-8 at Ladbrokes to win with Livi a massive 30-1 at McBookie.
Hills are dangling a carrot with 2-5 Rangers to score more than Celtic (7-2) in a mythical match.
Dunfermline, with 21, are the only side to have netted more than Rangers this season. At home they have played two, won two, scored 10 and conceded two. Those stats suggests they'll beat Ayr 5-1 today but that's unlikely against the third-place men.
A 3-1 success (10-1, Hills) is more my thinking and the bet I like is Dunfermline to win and both to score at 9-4 with Hills.
Ayr's last two matches have totalled 11 goals and in their last five at home to the Honest Men the Fifers have scored 15 goals. Just to win Dunfermline are 8-15 at Hills and 11-8 (888sport) minus one.
The games at Ibrox and East End Park may produce the most goals but match of the day is at Pittodrie. Aberdeen take on Celtic trying to prove they can be serious challengers.
To do that they need beat the Hoops - something they failed to do last season as they lost all four Premiership encounters.
Aberdeen will fancy their chances today and are 7-2 at Betfred to win but I'm keeping the draw on side and backing the Dons not to lose at 10-11 with bet365.
Celtic are hot favourites but a best 19-20 with Coral looks a tad short. Both teams to score pays 9-10 at McBookie but has come in only three times in the last nine at Pittodrie.
Elsewhere in the Premiership best bets could be Ross County at 7-4 with McBookie at Motherwell.
The Dingwall men have started this season as they finished the last and are going for four wins in a row inspired by Liam Boyce.
Motherwell beat Kilmarnock 1-0 in their previous game but it was scrappy and nervy and they could fall victim to a speedy and clinical County outfit.
Boyce is 13-2 at McBookie and bet365 to score first and 11-5 at bet365 to net at any time.
Hibs and Morton at home to Alloa and Dumbarton respectively look best bets elsewhere in the Championship while consider Forfar at Brechin and Peterhead at Cowdenbeath in League One.
HORN OF PLENTY Martyn Waghorn hits the first of his double against Raith last week and can lead another goal rush today as Rangers take on Livingston