THE Scottish weekend starts with a cracking contest between Premiership leaders Celtic and second-placed Aberdeen.
A couple of weeks the Dons led the way but a run of four league games without a win has pushed them back and it will be interesting to see if a side lacking confidence can give Celtic any sort of contest.
There’s also a big game in the Championship on Sunday with Hibs attempting to become the first side to take points off Rangers this season.
William Hill’s Owen Scott has cast his eye over the card and come up with these beauties – remember they are not tips.
CELTIC v ABERDEEN
Celtic have scored in both halves
in their last three home ties against
CELTIC TO SCORE IN BOTH HALVES 11-8
DUNDEE UTD v ROSS COUNTY
Both teams have scored in the last
four meetings of these sides. None
of the matches were draws.
BOTH TO SCORE – NO DRAW 13-8
HAMILTON v ST JOHNSTONE
Steve MacLean scored a hat-trick in
St Johnstone’s 4-1 win over Hamilton
MacLEAN TO SCORE TWO OR MORE 11-1
INVERNESS v DUNDEE
Miles Storey has scored in all four
Inverness wins this season.
STOREY TO SCORE AND INVERNESS WIN 12-5
KILMARNOCK v MOTHERWELL
Kilmarnock are going for three wins in
a row with Josh Magennis scoring in the
last two Killie victories.
MAGENNIS TO SCORE AND KILLIE WIN 19-5
PARTICK TH v HEARTS
Fifteen goals have been scored
over the last three meetings between
FIVE OR MORE GOALS IN MATCH 5-1
ALLOA v QoS
The last two ties between these sides
at Alloa have both ended in score draws
MATCH TO BE A SCORE DRAW 7-2
DUMBARTON v MORTON
Eleven goals have been scored in
Dumbartons last two matches.
FIVE OR MORE GOALS SCORED IN MATCH 5-1
FALKIRK v ST MIRREN
Both teams have scored in the last four
meetings between these sides. Falkirk
have won two of those ties with the
other two being draws.
BOTH TO SCORE AND FALKIRK WIN 10-3
LIVINGSTON v RAITH
Raith have won on their last two visits
Livingston. Keeping a clean sheet
in each match.
RAITH TO WIN TO NIL 3-1
HIBS v RANGERS (Sun)
Jason Cummings and Martyn Waghorn
are the in-form strikers in the
Championship this season.
CUMMINGS AND WAGHORN TO SCORE 9-2