Saint Mirren vs Glasgow Rangers by Mrgol
Infact tiredness in away team should be great considering that this will be the fifth match in 14 days for them and in the last - cup match against Celtic - they played - and lost - in ten men since 36 minute.
More, they should be tired also under psychological aspect, two other players were banned at the end of the match.
Plus, for this match eight absences that will affect overall attack.
Infact are out Sasa Papac (def. 22 2goas),.Kyle Lafferty (striker 13+7 3goals), Nikica Jelavic (striker 8+3 8gaols topscorer), Jamie Ness (midf.6+1) and Steven Naismith (striker 18+3 6goals 2nd scorer), plus longterm injuried Andrew Little (striker 0), Kirk Broadfoot (def.5+3)and Lee McCulloch (midf. 17+1)
Less problems for Mirren, that recovers two players, Paul McGowan (striker 23 1goal) and Lee Mair (def.13+1), while remain out David Barron (def.1+3), Paul McQuade (striker 5 as sub), while Gareth Wardlaw (striker 15+1 2goals)) and Nick Hegarty (def.2+1) are just off returning from ankle injuries.
St.Mirren is a poor team, with the worst home defence and i don't think that they'll try to attack and win this match, too difference with Rangers to have hopes to win. On the contrary i think that they'll try to defend and gain at least one point, knowing the difficulties that teh opponent for this match has.
So, Rangers could win against them also if they are a bit delepted, but for sure not trashing them.
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|Under 2,5||Bet365||2.20||7||0-1 WON (+8.4 units)|
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