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Celtic vs Dundee United in the Scottish Premiership on Jan 29. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

Celtic vs Dundee United in the Scottish Premiership on Jan 29. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

Celtic welcome Dundee United to Glasgow on Saturday and they’ll be expecting a regulation three points against a side that are badly losing their way in the Scottish Premiership

The Bhoys find themselves in good form and haven’t lost a league game at Celtic Park for almost a year, having not tasted defeat on home soil since a loss to St Mirren on 30th January 2021.

Dundee United, meanwhile, are going through a rotten spell. The Tangerines have lost each of their last six league games and have won only one of their last ten, emphatically spelling the end of a promising start to their campaign.

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Celtic Win To Nil

Even during some dark times last season, Celtic could usually bank on a good home record, and the same can be said since the arrival of Ange Postecoglou in the summer.

The Australian boss is yet to lose a league game at home since taking the reins from Neil Lennon, while their defensive form on home soil is impressive too.

In their ten home games in the Scottish Premiership this season, Celtic have kept eight clean sheets, which should stand them in good stead against a Dundee United side that has lost the scoring touch.

Tam Courts’ side find themselves in a real rut at present and their away form is a big problem, winning one of their last eight on the road and scoring only once in their last three outings.

We expect that poor run to continue and you can back a Celtic Win To Nil at 5/6 with several bookies.

Celtic Form, squad news, opinion

Things are certainly looking up for Celtic.

Sure, they still sit behind Rangers in the title race, which will always leave fans feeling somewhat frustrated, but there’s clear, tangible progress on the pitch that will have supporters getting excited again.

They certainly aren’t blowing teams away, but you get three points regardless of whether it’s a 2-0 win or a 6-1 win, and the efficiency in which they’ve been picking up results is a good habit to have when you have ambitions of competing on several trophy fronts.

And their game against an out-of-form Dundee United should be a total mismatch that will surely only end one way.

Dundee United Form, squad news, opinion

It looked like we could be witnessing a very fruitful season for Dundee United, who lost just two of their opening eleven Scottish Premiership games, while displaying impressive solidity at the back.

But that early-season hope has quickly evaporated after winning just one of the following ten, while their defensive form has deserted them, with just one clean sheet to their name since Halloween.

But they can perhaps take some optimism onto the coach trip to Celtic Park after claiming a brilliant 1-1 draw away in Glasgow earlier in the season, with Ian Harkes scoring an 18th minute equaliser to help them on their way to a point.

But momentum is a huge thing in football and the sides are heading in completely opposite directions this time around. Dundee United have a huge task in attempting to stem the tide this weekend, and with goals at a premium, they’re likely to come up short.

History

As is to be expected, Celtic have the historic upper hand, but even in recent years it’s been completely one-way traffic.

Dundee United have picked up just one victory against Celtic in their last 20 attempts and haven’t beaten them at all in their last ten meetings.

And you have to go back quite some way for the last Tangerine victory at Celtic Park, with a 1-0 win in the 1992/93 season the last time they left Paradise with three points.

About the Venue

Saturday afternoon’s meeting will take place at Celtic Park, one of the most fearsome grounds in Scottish football.

Celtic have a great home record that has seen them go nearly a full year without a league defeat, so it’s difficult to expect the visitors causing too much of a fuss this weekend.

Conclusion

At odds of 1/6 Celtic are unlikely to offer much value to punters this weekend, but as far as bankers go, this is about as cut-and-dry as you can get.

Dundee United are one of three Scottish Premiership sides to have lost all of their last six games, which is far from the form you want to have before a trip to one of the big boys.

And with Celtic facing Rangers in a crucial Old Firm Derby next up, they’ll be desperate to maintain their good run with an emphatic victory here.