Livingston (@7.5) vs Rangers (@1.4)
25-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Rangers will win

Livingston – Rangers Match Prediction | 25-09-2019 14:45

Although they lost in their previous 2 travels here, I think they would be good enough to win it this time. So a bet can be placed on the Rangers to win with 1.60 odds. That has given Gerrard and his side the boost they needed to continue their good work. Rangers have lost the last match against the Killie, but it was a close game. Their best result in the recent past was the win against the holders Celtic.

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Livingston vs Rangers Predictions and Match Preview

They have lost just one of their last six against Rangers at home, however, winning the last two 1-0. Livingston have won only three of their 27 previous matches against Rangers, with seven draws and 17 defeats. One of those was in the Championship in 2016, while this years two fixtures after Livingstons promotion in the summer have ended in a 1-0 Livi win before Rangers hit back at Ibrox in the reverse fixture. Dolly Menga scored the only goal in the former, before Candeias, Alfredo Morelos and Scott Arfield earned Rangers a 3-0 win in November.

In the latest 3 home fixtures, the final score had over 2.5 goals at the full time. A win in this upcoming game would get them closer to the Championship group in the table. But at home things are much better for the side coached by Gary Holt. His team has won 3 and lost one of their previous 5 matches in front of the home crowd.

Scott Pittman Four goals and five assists and an important creative link between midfield and attack so far this season.Liam Kelly The former Rangers stopper would love another clean sheet at home against his former team, having kept them out when they last met in West Lothian.Chris Erskine Livi have lacked goals this season and, with Menga and Hardie out, the new signing from Partick Thistle needs to come up with some.

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Things were going well for Livingston towards the end of December; they were unbeaten in three, had conceded just one goal in over 270 minutes of football and were generally playing quite well; however, things have since taken a turn for the worse. That will need to be addressed if theyre to get anything off a Rangers side that will undoubtedly be chomping at the bit to right the wrongs of Wednesday evening. Their performance during the week wasnt terrible and they were competitive, but they lacked ideas going forward.

At the prices, the bet that catches the eye is Both Teams to Score. Given that they were unlucky in the week, coupled with the fact that theyve generally looked good going forward on the road, it would be easy to side with the visitors, though they look a bit short in the betting. Livingston are no mugs on home soil, thats for sure.

Rangers have more than enough about them to score against anyone in this division, while theyve consistently created plenty of chances away from home, but Livingston should not be dismissed from an attacking point of view. The hosts have scored in each of their last four at home, notching at total of 11 goals during that time, while theyve posted expected-goals for figures of 1.35, 4.4, 1.57 and 1.26, so they too can register on the score-sheet.

Rangers vs Livingston Score Prediction

The visitors are averaging 1.82 expected goals for on the road this season, while their recent away expected-goal for figures read: 3.16, 2.16, 1.31, 1.17 and 3.95. Rangers were beaten by title-rivals Kilmarnock on Wednesday night, but it must be said that they were unlucky. Moreover, Rangers have done well from an attacking point of view in recent away games, especially in terms of creativity. Steven Gerrards men offered lots more than their opponents, as the fact that they ended the match with an expected goal difference of +2.58 suggests. Such numbers bode well.

They need a reprieve, though facing Rangers hardly presents them with a gilt-edged opportunity to turn their fortunes around. Saturdays hosts have now lost three on the bounce. Considering that they just about had the better of the first half and were certainly in the game from start to finish, Livingston will have been very disappointed to leave McDiarmid Park empty handed on Wednesday evening.