Celtic (@1.08) vs Partick (@23.0)
25-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Celtic will win

Celtic – Partick Match Prediction | 25-09-2019 14:45

Can they pull off a shock and progress through to the semi-finals with a win here at 24/5 withWilliam Hill. After beating Stranraer and East Fife to reach this stage, former Wigan Athletic boss Gary Caldwell and his team now face a much tougher test in the shape of top-tier Hearts. One bright spot in a rather gloomy season for the Glaswegians has been their two victories in the Scottish Cup to reach the final eight stage.

Celtics main goal for the season should be retaining the league for an 8th consecutive time, and after that they can focus on their potential Treble Treble. Brendan Rodgers will be disappointed with the outcome, but knowing what the managers like, hell solely focus on bringing in some much-needed players to the club to be able to maintain the dominance in the national tournaments and to reinforce the squad for the potential European ties ahead. However, some serious issues need to be resolved in the club, most of all their on-pitch performances- so what better way to bounce back than beating Partick Thistle in their first League Cup game of the season?

Celtic have known they are going to win the Scottish Premiership title for some time now, but they mathematically wrapped it up at the weekend and did so in some style. Scott Sinclair bagged a hat trick alongside goals from Stuart Armstrong and Patrick Roberts as they hammered Hearts 5-0 away from home on Sunday, taking them 25 points clear of 2nd placed Aberdeen with just 24 points left to play for.

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Unfortunately for them, it wasnt meant to be, and the club now face one last round of qualifying if theyre to make into the Europa League group stages. However, after Scott Sinclair was brought on, Celtic managed to pull one back through the Englishman, giving them a mere 15 minutes to equalise and get the goal they so desperately needed. However, Celtic continued to dominate over their opponents, creating chances and converting them into shots on goal, but still they couldnt find the net.

Thistle managed to gain 9 points out of the 12 that were in play, only losing to eventual group winners Ayr United by 2-0. Partick Thistle are set to continue in the League Cup after finishing 2nd in their group in the previous round. Partick Thistle will be looking to return to the Premiership after being relegated at the end of last season when the club failed to maintain their top-flight status when they lost in the play-offs to newcomers Livingston.

The Hoops lost 2-1 in a frustrating game that saw them go 1-0 within the first ten minutes, and after a dominating display by the Glasgow club for the rest of the half, Athens came out in the last 45 minutes and doubled their lead in the 50th minute, at which point it all seemed to be over for Celtic. Celtics week went from bad to worse as Brendan Rodgers side lost midweek to AEK Athens in the 2nd leg of their Champions League qualifier.

Despite this poor form, they still have the better side in this Monday night cup clash and should be able to come away with a win at odds of 3/5 withBetVictor as they go in chase of a ninth Scottish Cup. The Jambos come into this fixture on the back of four games without a win in the Scottish Premiership, although they did smash non-league Auchinleck Talbot 4-0 amidst that poor run of fixtures.

Partick Thistle are enduring a very difficult campaign in the second tier. With 26 games played they sit bottom of the Championship table, but they are still only one point from 8th placed Alloa Athletic. The Jags reached the play-off stages last year and came within one clash with Livingston from promotion back into the Scottish Premiership but instead of kicking on from that campaign they have struggled for form this season.

Partick VS Celtic Prediction & Betting Tips

Were backing goals in this game. Over 2.5 goals is available at 4/5 withBet365. Both sides have looked leaky at the back in recent weeks, with Partick shipping seven goals in their last two outings and Hearts failing to keep a clean sheet in any of their last three games. The hosts have legendary striker Kris Doolan at the spearhead of their attack but theyll have a job in keeping out the likes of Steven Naismith and Steven MacLean.

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This makes odds of 8/11 for Celtic to Win to Nil look a good bet, so Im backing that along with a 3-0 correct score predictions at 11/2. Away from home they look good too, but they are lacking something in attack. They have only lost six away games this season but have failed to score in five of them, and theyre facing a Celtic side who have kept eight clean sheets in their last ten home matches.

At home they have won all but one of their domestic games this term, only failing to win them all because of a late Clint Hill equaliser against Rangers in their last home match. Celtics last defeat in any competition was in November when Barcelona beat them at Celtic Park, and since then they have won 21 and drawn two of their 23 games in all competitions.

The Bhoys did not end the year in style, though, failing to break the deadlock in the Old Firm Derby as they were held to a goalless draw by Rangers on December 30th. Brendan Rodgers men did show their attacking potential in the weekends demolishing win over Brechin in the FA Cup netting as many as five goals past the lower-division opponents.