Brendan Rodgers' Hoops are 1/25 to win the Scottish Premiership title at the end of the season although whilst this is virtually certain to provide the punter with a winning return, it's not exactly going to make you rich. Of more interest is who will finish behind Celtic when the season draws to a close next May.
The Hoops slipped up against St Johnstone last weekend with the sides battling out a 1-1 draw at Parkhead and this result allowed Aberdeen to overtake them at the top of the Premiership table. Derek McInnes' men have enjoyed a perfect start to their league campaign with maximum points collected from their opening four games and they are favourites at 11/10 in the 'Betting Without Celtic' market.
Rangers are the perceived biggest threat to the Dons in the race for second place with Pedro Caixinha's side 5/4 to finish the season as runners-up. Nevertheless the Light Blues have been largely unimpressive thus far with their last two games returning just a solitary point courtesy of a defeat at home to Hibernian and a subsequent goal-less draw with Heart of Midlothian at Ibrox.
Newly-promoted Hibernian are next in the 'Betting Without Celtic' market at best odds of 14/1. Hibs sit level with Rangers on seven points after four league games and they head into the international break on the back of a poor run which has seen them manage just one point from their last two matches.
Scottish Premiership - Betting Without Celtic Best Odds
11/10 - Aberdeen
5/4 - Rangers
14/1 - Hibernian
20/1 - St Johnstone
28/1 - Heart of Midlothian
100/1 - Ross County