Almamy Toure put hosts Frankfurt ahead three minutes
Rangers were made to rue big moments going against them in their Scottish League Cup final defeat by Celtic, says manager Steven Gerrard. Wasted chances, including a missed penalty by Alfredo Morelos, allowed 10-man Celtic to grind out a 1-0 win. Television pictures also showed Christopher Jullien's second-half winner should have been ruled out for offside. The big moments haven't gone in our favour today, Gerrard said. We conceded from a set-piece which we shouldn't have given away and had to defend it better. There were three Celtic players standing in offside positions but unfortunately we play in a country where there is no VAR. I'd be a liar if I said I was 100% in favour of it, but the one thing I do know is that officials up here need support. Celtic beat Rangers to win fourth straight League CupNew contract 'not important' - GerrardMorelos was the player fouled for the penalty as Celtic's Jeremie Frimpong was sent off, but the Colombian was unable to convert for his first goal against Celtic. Amiens have scored eleven goals in their last six home matches and with Montpellier conceding twice in half of their last six away days, we're backing the hosts to get some goals here. Even against weak teams like Dijon and Metz they have conceded twice, therefore we are predicting Amiens to do the same given their home form. The last clash between these teams ended 4-2 to Montpellier but the score was 1-1 before Amiens' Ferney Otero was sent off. After that la Paillade really took control but we have more faith in the hosts this time as three of the last five clashes between these sides have ended level. The away side are in pretty good form but with their woeful displays on the road we doubt they'll get the win here so we're backing a 2-2 draw. We are also liking the look of the team goals market with Amiens scoring over 1.5 due to their attacking displays at home.