SPL champions Celtic travel to Motherwell live on Sky Sports 4 at 12.45 and despite being odds on they are simply far too short.
Motherwell look set to finish as runners-up in the table and that must be considered a decent result as they don't have the resources of a club like Celtic.
Since beating their opponents 2-1 back at the end of February, Stuart McCall's men have gone on a fantastic run and are unbeaten in seven – winning five and drawing two.
McCall has been linked with other teams and while he may well leave in the summer the Scot will want to finish with as many victories as possible.
His team have turned Fir Park into a bit of a fortress after a few dodgy results at the beginning of the campaign. The Steelmen have lost just one of their last 11 there and won six of the last eight.
Celtic have wrapped up the title and while that was a long odds-on shot even before the season began, Neil Lennon will be delighted with how the campaign has gone, especially considering his side's European exploits.
The Bhoys have been struggling on the road of late though – two points from a possible 12 and just one league win in the calendar year.
They will also be under-strength for this clash as Kris Commons has been struggling with an ankle problem and Joe Ledley, Efe Ambrose and Kelvin Wilson have been given a week off by the manager.
Motherwell beat Celtic in their last encounter and while they may not repeat that this afternoon I can't see them losing. Celtic are just too short at 1.83 and that's why I have to make them my lay of the day.
Lay Celtic v Motherwell @ 1.83