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In the last 10 head-to-heads between Celtic and Hearts there’s been at least three goals scored in eight of them. Over 2.5 goals 4/6– Bet now!

Valencia have confirmed they are in talks with PSV Eindhoven boss Ronald Koeman about its vacant coach’s position.

The club fired Quique Sanchez Flores on Sunday, following their 3-0 defeat to Sevilla.

Valencia sporting director Miguel Angel Ruiz told PA SportsTicker: “We are negotiating with Koeman. He is close to becoming the new Valencia coach but we must be prudent. I expect everything to be concluded today.”

Sanchez Flores took charge of Valencia in the summer of 2005 and led the team to a third-placed finish in his first season and a top-four spot last term. He left with Valencia in fourth spot in La Liga, four points behind leaders Real Madrid.

Following his sacking, Sanchez Flores said: “I am going convinced that we were prepared to achieve our objectives, but I will accept the decision with goodwill if it is the solution for Valencia.

“I have a slight feeling of pain, but also one of relief. They have been very difficult years, rather lonely ones. I lose a job, but I get my life back.”

Former Barcelona defender Koeman has been PSV coach since the summer of 2006, having previously been in charge at Benfica and Ajax.

In the last 10 head-to-heads between Celtic and Hearts there’s been at least three goals scored in eight of them. Over 2.5 goals 4/6– Bet now!

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