Celtic 9/2 to bag domestic treble; 10/1 for unbeaten league season


Celtic’s ‘Invincibles’ defeated all before them in Scottish football last term, lifting the Ladbrokes Premiership title, the Scottish Cup and League Cup – all without a single domestic defeat.

And on the back of the Hoops’ unprecedented feats, our odds-crunchers have priced up a flurry of specials on Brendan Rodgers’ men for the season ahead.

There’s 9/2 on offer for the Parkhead club to win a second successive treble this season, having secured the magic trio last term following Tom Rogic’s injury-time cup final winner against Aberdeen.

Elsewhere, it’s a 10/1 shot they go through the 2017-18 league campaign without defeat for the second consecutive season – while the 40/1 for the Bhoys to not lose a game in any domestic tournament looks a very generous price.

For Hoops fans confident of Old Firm glory, there’s 11/2 on offer for Rodgers’ side beating Rangers in all four league meetings. Only Clint Hill’s late equaliser at Celtic Park in March stopped them from achieving that last term – with a pair of 5-1 routs over the Gers recorded along the way.

Meanwhile, those tipping European progression following last season’s valiant feats in the Champions League Group Stages can get on the 7/1 for the Hoops to reach the last 16 of the UCL.

Oh, and if you’re looking to back the Bhoys for a truly gargantuan feat, there are odds of 300/1 on offer for the club to win all 38 of their Premiership games in 2017-18.

Ladbrokes Latest Betting:

Celtic – 2017-18 season specials

Celtic to win the treble – 9/2

Celtic to beat Rangers in all 4 league matches – 11/2

Celtic to reach the last 16 of the Champions League – 7/1

Celtic to go through the 2017/18 league season unbeaten – 10/1

Celtic to win all Ladbrokes Premiership home games – 25/1

Celtic to go through the 2017/18 league season & domestic cups unbeaten – 40/1

Celtic to win all Ladbrokes Premiership games – 300/1

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Dave Burin

Dave graduated with an MA in English Literature at Durham University, and worked in marketing before joining the Ladbrokes News team. A Man United fan and avid groundhopper, he’s also an ardent follower of Rugby League. You can usually find him at a ground near you, clutching a big cup of tea.