The Scottish Premiership 2020 Enhanced Odds

The Scottish Premiership 2020
Betting Odds & Offers

Sport: Football
Starts: 6th Aug 2020
Ends: 22nd May 2021
Location: Scotland, UK
Official website:

Who will win the The Scottish Premiership? At our last check the favourites are:

Awaiting odds, check here.

Scottish Premiership Winners:

2020 - Celtic.

2019 - Celtic.

2018 - Celtic.

2017 - Celtic.

2016 - Celtic.

2015 - Celtic.

2014 - Celtic.

2013 - Celtic.

2012 - Celtic.

2011 - Rangers.

2010 - Rangers.

Wondering what other sports events are happening this month? Check out Freebetslad's Sports Calendar and see what odds the bookies are offering on those competitions as well as a few more quiz questions and interesting sports facts.

The Scottish Premiership News Headlines

Brian Rice looking for more goals after shoring up Hamilton defence
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Rangers team news as Steven Gerrard's side face Motherwell in Scottish Premiership
- Kemar Roofe (quad) will again be missing but could return for next week's Ibrox match with Ross County. George Edmundson (hernia) has undergone ...

'Lucky': Provan sends message to Rangers fans after Celtic controversy
- The defending Scottish Premiership champions were recently criticised for going to Dubai for a week and then Christopher Jullien testing positive for ...

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- Now with ESPN+, you can stream Serie A, Bundesliga, Scottish Premiership, UEFA Nations League, Championship, League One, League Two, ...

Same agent as Gareth Bale, player Arsenal reportedly tracking now allegedly valued at £13m
- The striker has scored seven goals in 12 Scottish Premiership starts this season, while in 2019-20, he scored 21 goals and gave 12 assists in 27 ...

Sunday's Football Tips: Punters Pray for a Super Sunday After a Stale Saturday
- The Scottish Premiership didn't fare much better serving up two 0-0 draws and just eight goals in the five matches which would've been much lower ...