Motherwell v Rangers: Back Miller and Moult to register at Fir Park

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Rangers make the 16-mile trip to Fir Park on Sunday ahead of what looks set to be the game of the weekend. The pair have played out some cracking contests in recent times, and we’re guaranteed goals when the Gers do battle with Motherwell.

Three of the last four meetings have seen both sides find the net, so the 4/5 on offer for both sides to find the net looks like a safe bet.

However, with the Ibrox club having won four from five against the Steelmen, it’s the 12/5 for Rangers to Win and Both Teams to Score which offers even better value.

So, who’s in line to make the net bulge?

Gers hitman Kenny Miller may be entering his 21st season in professional football (making the Ladbrokes News team feel very old), but the veteran is showing no signs of letting up.

Having scored four times in the past four meetings between this pair, he can’t be overlooked in the goalscorer market – with 6/4 about him netting anytime.

As for the hosts, it’s all about Louis Moult. The former Wrexham hitman has netted the opener in two of the past three meetings between these sides, and is 13/2 to be the First Goalscorer on Sunday.

We also like the look of Rangers to Win from Behind at 9/1, with the Ibrox outfit grabbing victory from behind on five occasions last term, including twice against this very opposition.

Finally, with four of the Gers’ last five domestic games having seen both sides register after the interval, we like the 10/11 available for Over 1.5 Goals in the second-half.

In the match betting, Rangers are 8/13 for victory, with the Steelmen 21/5 shots and 14/5 about the draw.

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

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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.