- Rangers have dropped just six points in the SPL this season (W22, D3).
- Gers have kept eight clean sheets in their 13 away trips, conceding just six goals.
- Hibs have lost and failed to score in four of their last six across all competitions including their last two league outings at Easter Road.
Routine Success Predicted For Rangers
Rangers toughed out a 1-0 victory when the sides last met at Ibrox in December and Steven Gerrard’s side are fancied to beat Hibs again this Wednesday night without conceding a goal.
Gers took another stride towards their first SPL crown since 2010/11 with a 5-0 mauling of Ross County at the weekend and look impossible to oppose in this contest despite the sides’ 2-2 draw at Easter Road in September.
That remains just one of three occasions where Rangers have dropped points in the league this season after 22 wins from 25, but Hibs simply aren’t in the same form at present and it’s hard to envisage Jack Ross’ charges testing the champions elect.
Hibs were hammered 3-0 by St Johnstone in the Scottish League Cup semi-final at the weekend, a result which marked their fourth loss in six across all competitions and the fourth game in six where they failed to hit the net.
With Rangers keeping eight clean sheets from 13 SPL starts on the road this season, an away success to nil rates the best wager for Wednesday’s action at Easter Road and we’re also forecasting a 0-2 score-line in favour of the visitors.