RANGERS' win against eight-man Dundee United on Tuesday means they will go into Sunday's Old Firm clash top of the SPL.
The gap is four points but Celtic should reduce that to one by beating Kilmarnock on Wednesday.
It won't be easy with both halves of the Old Firm having to settle for a series of narrow wins in recent weeks.
I fancied United to take something from Rangers but their chances were ended when they were reduced to 10 men early on. They conceded three penalties in total and had another two sent off after the interval.
Since the departure of Mixu Paatelainen, Killie have drawn both their games and having booked their top-six place will be fairly relaxed about the showdown.
That could work in Celtic's favour and with Neil Lennon back in the dugout and his side close to full strength I'm taking Celtic at a best 4-9 with Ladbrokes and Hills. Killie are 15-2 with Chandler who are also biggest on the draw at 7-2.
Anthony Stokes let me down for first goal on Sunday with his missed penalty so instead consider Kris Commons at 9-2 with Ladbrokes. Gary Hooper, who has netted just one in his last seven away games, is 7-2 at Ladbrokes.
Player of the Year contender and reported Celtic target Alexei Eremenko is 12-1 at Blue Square.
Killie v Celtic both teams to score
(10-11, William Hill)