IT'S Super Sunday in Scotland with three big games – but what about Saturday?
There's a lack of glamour in the three Premiership fixtures but a couple of betting opportunities.
Motherwell are the best of the rest as they sit third behind the Old Firm and Stephen Robinson's men have surprised many this season.
Three wins in a row – including a victory at Hearts I predicted last week – has them sitting pretty just two points behind Gers.
Today's visitors are Ross County and Well are nicely priced at 17-20 with Marathonbet to beat the new boys.
County have started OK but are yet to score away from home having taken one point from two road trips. They've won two of 10 league visits to Motherwell.
Robbo's rockets hammered Hibs 3-0 last time out at Fir Park and I'm happy to consider them -1 at 8-5 with Marathonbet.
Livingston have also started well despite changes in personnel but unlike last season are struggling to keep clean sheets and their last five matches have saw both score and over 2.5 goals.
Aberdeen are favourites at the Tony Macaroni at 6-4 with McBookie but I'd rather back both to score at 11-10 with sportingbet.
With the Edinburgh clubs expected to climb out of trouble – possibly under different managers – the bottom two are likely to be St Mirren and Hamilton and they meet in Paisley today.
The Buddies have lost four out of five by one goal while Accies were unlucky to to go down 1-0 at home to Celtic last week.
There are no prizes for hard-luck stories though so this could be a stalemate at 5-2 with McBookie.
First up tomorrow it's St Johnstone v Rangers and I'm sure Steven Gerrard will ring the changes after a tough 90 minutes against Feyenoord on Thursday.
Jermain Defoe is likely to start so back him at 3-1 with bet365 in a narrow away win.
Celtic are at home to a revived Killie who have kept four clean sheets in a row and likely to play for a draw.
Again energy levels could have a say but I'm taking Celtic to win to nil at 11-10 with BetVictor.
Much of the focus though will be on the Edinburgh derby between Hibs and Hearts. Both clubs are struggling after horror spells and this won't pretty.
Despite Ann Budge's support for Craig Levein the losing boss could be axed after the game.
It will be tight, tense and pretty ugly with so much at stake. Has the feel of a draw at 12-5 with McBookie.
Tackles will be flying in and every chance of a red card at 14-5 with Unibet.
Ayr shocked Dundee United in the Championship last week and the sides are tied at the top on 12 points.
The Somerset Park men should be full of confidence heading to Alloa where they won twice last season. Back them at 11-10 at Sky Bet.
United should bounce back at home to Arbroath and will be on thousands of accas at 1-2 with bet365. Lawrence Shankland was quiet against his former team but I'm on him at 23-10 with Paddy Power to break the deadlock.
In League One best bets are unbeaten league leaders East Fife at 17-20 with Betway at home to Dumbarton.
Cove continue to set a hot pace at the League Two summit and are 8-11 with Sky Bet at Elgin. Again a bet I like is Cove and over 2.5 goals at 5-4 with Sky Bet.
- Motherwell (17-20, Marathonbet)
- Livingston v Aberdeen btts (11-10, sportingbet)
- Hibs v Hearts red card (14-5, Unibet)
- Celtic to win to nil (11-10, BetVictor)
- Defoe to score first (3-1, bet365)
- Ayr (11-10, Sky Bet)
- Shankland to score first (23-10, Paddy Power)
- East Fife (17-20, Betway)
- Cove & over 2.5 goals (5-4, Sky Bet)