CELTIC have been made to wait until Sunday to clinch the title after Aberdeen's win against Dundee in Friday – but doing so on April will still be impressive.
Brendan Rodgers' men remain unbeaten domestically this season and on course for the Treble and I expect them to wrap up trophy No.2 by beating Hearts at Tynecastle.
Scottish bookmakers McBookie.com are offering 4-5 they will end the season unbeaten and go 4-9 to land the Treble. Rodgers has said he'll start resting players but not until after the Scottish Cup semi-final with Rangers on May 23 so that's worth bearing in mind if you still fancy them not to lose a league encounter.
McBookie are also offering just 4-7 Celtic will score 100 goals – they are sitting on 76 with nine games remaining.
Spokesman Paul Petrie said: “Wrapping up the title will be the No.1 priority but then attention will turn to the Treble and of course an unbeaten season. The odds suggest they will manage both.”
Celtic are a biggest 1-2 with McBookie to beat Hearts but will be without strikers Moussa Dembele and Leigh Griffiths. That's likely to mean a more central role for Scott Sinclair who is 9-2 with bet365 to score first and 11-8 anytime with 888sport.
Patrick Roberts could also be a shout to score at 9-4 with bet365.
The Jambos have lost four out of five and the Ian Cathro experiment is just that. It should be a party time at Tynecastle for the champions-elect and I'd consider them at 27-20 with Coral.
Bets to Consider
Sinclair to score first
Armstrong to score