Bookings Tips | Hearts v Celtic | 27th December 2015 | Sky Sports 1


CARD KING Gavin Murphy (@GamePlanGavin) enjoyed a successful Boxing Day and now he’s off to Scotland for more bookings value.

Hearts v Celtic | Sunday 14.00 | Sky Sports 1

I’m taking a rare dip into the Scottish Premiership on Sunday as Celtic travel to Tynecastle in the hope of breaking Hearts.

There is history between these two teams, especially when they meet in Edinburgh. The past three encounters have produced total card figures of 6-5-5.

Steven McClean is the official in charge and he averages 3.46 cards-per-game. He’s dished out four or more cards in five of his six recent matches.

Furthermore, this referee has officiated three Jam Tarts games this season and the total card count reads 6-5-6 – these matches have included two reds, so he’s recent history with the hosts.

Hearts themselves have collected five red cards already this term. They’re feisty.

Bet365 are offering 4/6 on Over 3.5 Cards and given the history of this fixture, it looks very backable.

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Hearts v Celtic – Over 3.5 Cards (4/6 Bet365)

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I first got interested in gambling through my cousin. He's a professional gambler and got me hooked as a teenager when you had to pay the 9% tax. Who remembers that?! These days I prefer to specialise on one market rather than spread myself too thinly. Hence my love of cards! Hopefully I can make others a few bob in the process of sharing my bets on WeLoveBetting. On a personal note I love most sports especially cricket, rugby and NFL. I support Tottenham and all things Welsh and outside of sport I enjoy reading autobiographies particularly with a glass of good wine!

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