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Scottish Cup Odds

Scottish Cup

Who wins the Scottish Cup 2018/2019?

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    Highest
odds
Lowest
odds
Celtic2.201.80
Rangers7.007.00
Aberdeen11.007.00
Hibernian21.0017.00
Hearts26.0012.00
Kilmarnock34.0017.00
Motherwell41.0034.00
St. Johnstone51.0021.00
Dundee Fc51.0034.00
Hamilton67.0051.00
St. Mirren67.0051.00
Livingston81.0051.00
Partick Thistle81.0081.00
Ross County81.0081.00
Arbroath101.00101.00
Ayr101.00101.00
Dundee Utd101.00101.00
Dunfermline101.00101.00
Falkirk101.00101.00
Greenock Morton101.00101.00
Inverness101.00101.00
Queen Of South101.00101.00
Brechin126.00126.00
Dumbarton126.00126.00
Raith Rovers126.00126.00
Alloa Athletic151.00151.00
Stranraer F.C.151.00151.00
Albion Rovers201.00201.00
Peterhead201.00201.00
Queens Park201.00201.00
Airdrie United251.00251.00
Clyde251.00251.00
East Fife251.00251.00
Forfar Athletic251.00251.00
Montrose251.00251.00
Stenhousemuir251.00251.00
Stirling251.00251.00
Berwick501.00501.00
Cowdenbeath501.00501.00
Annan Athletic751.00751.00
Edinburgh City751.00751.00
Elgin City751.00751.00
Cove Rangers1001.001001.00
Spartans1001.001001.00

Scottish Cup 2018/19 Preview

The Scottish Cup is a tournament that can proudly boast a rich history being the second oldest football trophy, second only to the English FA Cup. Starting in the season of 1873-74, the competition has since had 25 different winners with the current holders Celtic being the most successful with an incredible 38 titles under their belt.

Celtic are the obvious favourites being undoubtedly the strongest and most dominant team in the country by a long shot and they will certainly be looking to make it 3 on the bounce this season. With the squad that Celtic have at their disposal, it's hard to see anyone coming close to stopping them with the likes of the fearless young full-back Kieran Tierney who's shown he is capable of battling it out with the big guns like he demonstrated against Manchester City in the Champions League back in 2016 and then there's Borussia Dortmund target Moussa Dembele, the exciting young forward who can seemingly pull out a world-class goal out of nothing. As heavy favourites for getting their names engraved on the trophy once more, you will struggle to find better odds than 8/13 offered at Paddypower.com

In the small list of teams even remotely close to stopping Celtic, Aberdeen top that list, finishing the season 2nd to Celtic for some time now in the Scottish Premiership along with the runners-up medal in 2016/17's Scottish Cup final which finished 2-1 to Celtic. It is, however, hard to fault Aberdeen due to the competition they face, but if anyone was to do it this season, it has to be Aberdeen right? At around 8/1 on most sites, it's certainly worth a tenner and with manager Derek McInnes in charge, a man who not often but on occasion has pulled off a win or two against Celtic, it could be worth the punt.

Depending on who you ask, the story of the fall from grace of Rangers is either a dark long painful memory or a comical but it is somewhat overshadowed by their motoric climb back up the footballing pyramid and with the appointment of Steven Gerrard, new life may have been pumped into the club. This appointment has the potential to be one of the greatest or one of the worst in the country's history with Gerrard able to use his reputation to entice a few players to the club and even Joel Campbell rumored to be a loan target that is looking to be the way with the likes of Saidio Berahino, the under 20 World Cup winner Dominic Solanke and as well as the signings of the young Croatian defender Nikola Katic and the hungry for football Connor Goldson being big moves. Immensely positive reports coming out of the Rangers can only be seen as a positive making it hard to not the see them as a threat and at 5-1 at most sites, this could be a worthy investment.