Rangers v Kilmarnock Betting Predictions and Match Preview
Rangers host Kilmarnock in matchday 31 of the Scottish Premier League on Saturday 17th March, 3:00pm. The hosts currently sit in 2nd place in the table having lost against Celtic 2-3 last time out, while the visitors are in 5th after their 3-2 win against Ross County.
WIN/DRAW/WIN KEY STATISTICS
Rangers have scored in 80% of their last 20 home games.
Rangers have kept a clean sheet in 7 of their last 20 home games, going on to win 6 and draw 1 of these matches.
Kilmarnock have scored in 85% of their last 20 away games.
Kilmarnock have kept a clean sheet in 6 of their last 20 away games, going on to win 4 and draw 2 of these matches.
CORRECT SCORE KEY STATISTICS
Rangers have conceded 1 goal or less in 60% of their last 20 home games.
Kilmarnock have conceded exactly 1 goal in 8 of their last 20 away games, going on to win 2, draw 6 and lose 0 of these matches.
BOTH TEAMS TO SCORE KEY STATISTICS
Rangers have kept a clean sheet in 35% of their last 20 home games.
Kilmarnock have kept a clean sheet in 30% of their last 20 away games.
OVER/UNDER 2.5 GOALS KEY STATISTICS
The last 20 Rangers home matches have produced an average of 2.80 goals per game.
The last 20 Kilmarnock away matches have produced an average of 2.10 goals per game.
LAST MATCH KEY STATISTICS
Rangers's last match was in the Scottish Premier League against Celtic on Sunday 11th March. They lost the game 2-3 with goals from Josh Windass and Daniel Candeias.
Rangers's last starting line-up was:
|DEF:||Declan John, David Bates, Bruno Alves, James Tavernier|
|MID:||James Murphy, Sean Goss, Greg Docherty, Josh Windass, Daniel Candeias|
In the Scottish Premier League this season, this Rangers XI has played 150 matches and scored 42 goals.
This Scottish Premier League line-up has 243 all-time Scottish Premier League appearances and 43 goals.
Kilmarnock's last match was in the Scottish Premier League against Ross County on Saturday 10th March. They won the game 3-2 with goals from Lee Erwin, Kris Boyd and Eamonn Brophy.