Andrew Hughes thinks Celtic will reach the Scottish Cup Final on Saturday and help to land another weekend multiple in the process.
“Although Brendan Rodgers’ side have developed something of a draw habit in recent weeks, Rangers have been in poorer form, winning just one out of four under caretaker boss Graeme Murty.”
Celtic's performances this season have fallen short of the level they showed last year, but they have not been seriously challenged in any domestic competition and with the League Cup already, and a healthy ten point lead in the Premiership, they can secure their Scottish Cup Final place at the expense of their old enemy.
Although Brendan Rodgers' side have developed something of a draw habit in recent weeks, Rangers have been in poorer form, winning just one out of four under caretaker boss Graeme Murty. As Frank Monkhouse points out in his must-read Scottish Football Preview, Murty is likely to be on his way sooner rather than later and the uncertainty hanging over the team can't be doing anything for morale.
We can expect a typically tense, physical encounter, but Celtic are simply the better team and they should be able to assert their supremacy at Hampden once again.
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Despite boasting some of cricket's biggest hitters in their ranks over the years, Royal Challengers Bangalore have regularly disappointed. But this years they have retained the services of Virat Kohli and AB De Villiers, while assembling a more balanced squad that includes England all-rounder Chris Woakes.
They were well beaten by Kolkata in their opener, but skittled out Kings XI for 155 in their second game, and on their home turf, can enjoy themselves at the expense of Rajasthan's rather lightweight bowling line-up.
Wests Tigers have made a great start to their NRL campaign, and although they face another tough challenge this weekend, they look like a good bet.
The Sea Eagles have been in dominant mood at home this season, recording big victories against Parramatta and Canberra. But neither of those sides are in form, and both were blown away in the early stages. The Tigers, who have the best defensive record in the competition this season, will be a different proposition, and if they can hold off the early onslaught from Daly Cherry-Evans and co., they are good value to overcome a Manly side that has lost three from five.
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