Location: Dens Park
Date: 2nd April 2016
Ronny Deila has been hinting that he might change things up for this match on Tuesday evening.
In particular he has been suggesting that Patrick Roberts could miss out and that would be a real shame. The on loan Manchester City youngster was a class apart on Saturday and his two goals were the difference between the sides.
With Tom Rogic looking touch and go Celtic could start the game without their two most in form players. Especially since Leigh Griffiths is off the boil having not scored in his last three games including the midweek international for Scotland.
Aberdeen are keeping the pressure on The Hoops so there is no room for error in their seven remaining games. They did eventually handle a determined and impressive Hearts side on Saturday and will be confident of making it five wins in a row against The Dee.
Dundee gave their top six aspirations a real boost by beating Ross County 5-2 on Saturday. This is their game in hand on St Johnstone and Motherwell above them and any points will have them knocking on the door of fourth place with the potential of European football next season.
Their final game is against a dishevelled looking Hamilton and a win there will guarantee their top six place. With Motherwell hosting Celtic and St Johnstone away to a Kilmarnock side in dire need of the points Paul Hartley may rightly be targeting that game as the make or break tie.
That could make him approach this game with nothing to lose and that in turn could lead to a cracking game for spectators.
Dundee v Celtic Betting Preview Best Betting Odds
Celtic are available to back at a best 1.4 (2/5) with Skybet. Dundee can be backed at a high of 8.5 (15/2) with William Hill and McBookie while the draw is best at 5.5 (9/2) with Paddy Power and bet365.
I have pointed out the propensity for Celtic to win away games on the halftime/fulltime markets before and the price is right to have a go again on Tuesday. Coral price it up at 2.05 (21/20) and that is worth a go.
Both teams to score certainly has a chance and is tempting at 1.98 (39/40) with McBookie. If Dundee do throw caution to the wind goals could have a real chance and are very backable at 1.65 (13/20) for +2.5 goals with bet365, William Hill and McBookie.
Dundee v Celtic betting preview free football tips & betting tips
Celtic to win at Half-Time & Full-Time @ 2.05 with Coral