- Rangers have won each of their last 10 Premiership fixtures.
- Rangers have kept just two clean sheets in their last six games in all competitions.
- St, Johnstone have scored at least once in 12 of their last 14 matches in all competitions.
Rangers to maintain winning streak
With 16 wins and two draws from their first 18 games of the campaign, Rangers’ consistency in the Scottish Premiership has been incredible this season, and the Gers look well on course to lift the title for the first time since 2011 this term.
Armed with a superb 10-match winning streak in the league, Steven Gerrard’s relentless charges are playing with a huge amount of confidence at present, however, while we expect Rangers to claim three more points this week, we’re also tipping them to concede.
Their opponents – St Johnstone – remain one of the division’s prime relegation candidates, though the plucky Saints rarely fail to score, and Callum Davidson’s men have notched at least once in 12 of their last 14 assignments in all competitions.
Rangers – who have conceded in four of their last six games – have been dealing with a defensive problem or two in recent weeks, though the goal-scoring potential in their team has generally been getting them out of trouble.
We expect that same combination to lead to goals at either end again on Wednesday at McDiarmid Park, and that in turn makes Rangers and both teams to score a superb option at the prices quoted, while our correct score prediction backs the title chasers to record a 3-1 victory.
Rangers are averaging an excellent 2.7 goals per 90 minutes of Premiership action this season, and having hit the net three times against the Saints back in August, we’re backing the free-scoring Gers to repeat the trick in Wednesday’s rematch.