Each week we give you a run down of the Ante-post markets in the SPFL.
Aberdeen lost their 100% record and it is Celtic that are back on the top of the league following the latest round of fixtures in the Premiership.
Celtic remain the 1/50 favourites, with Aberdeen 14/1 and Rangers 16/1. Aberdeen are the even money favourite to finish second, although Rangers cut the gap with a second win in a row and can now be backed at 11/10. St Johnstone – who are also still unbeaten – are 16/1.
Alfredo Morelos moved to the joint top of the scoring charts and the Rangers striker is now 6/1 for the Golden Boot. Michael O’Halloran – who also has five goals – is 12/1.
Dundee Utd remain the favourites for the Championship despite dropping points against Dumbarton. However, it would be a brave punter who is prepared to back them at 6/5. St Mirren hit the top spot and are now 5/2. Dunfermline and QoS are next in the betting at 8/1.
Raith are now 8/13 for the title after they beat second favourites Ayr on Saturday. The Honest Men are out to 5/2 and remain their biggest title rivals. Lewis Vaughan hit the net for the tenth game in a row – five in the league – and is now Evs for the Golden Boot.
League Two looks like it will once again be the most competitive with Peterhead and Stirling both dropping points. That allowed Stenhousemuir to make some ground and the Warriors are now 9/2 for the title. Peterhead remain the 11/10 favourites, despite being five points adrift. Stirling are 4/1.
Edinburgh City picked up their first points of the season but still remain in bottom spot. The have been pushed out to 6/5 finish last. Berwick, who Edinburgh beat, are next in the betting on 11/4.