IT'S been an exciting week in the crazy world that's Scottish football.
First Celtic No.2 John Collins says the rest of the league are rubbish then his side draw 2-2 at Killie before launching a bid to buy Hibs' Scott Allan – a diehard Rangers fans.
We also had a thrilling Dundee derby and hopefully there will be more thrills and spills this weekend.
Here are some stats and specials put together by William Hill's Owen Scott and remember these are not tips.
CELTIC v INVERNESS
Celtic have only conceded two goals
in their last 11 home league
CELTIC TO WIN TO NIL 11-10
DUNDEE v ST JOHNSTONE
Graham Cummins has scored in
all three of St Johnstone's league
matches his season.
CUMMINS TO SCORE ANYTIME 19-10
HAMILTON v DUNDEE UTD
All four of United's league goals
this season have been scored in the
HALF OF FIRST UTD GOAL (2ND) 2-1
MOTHERWELL v ABERDEEN
Adam Rooney scored a double on
his last visit to Fir Park.
ROONEY TO SCORE 2 OR MORE 6-1
PARTICK TH v KILMARNOCK
Kallum Higginbotham returns to Firhill
for the first time since leaving
Partick in the summer.
HIGGINBOTHAM TO SCORE ANYTIME 3-1
ROSS COUNTY v HEARTS
Three of the seven meetings between
these two sides have ended in a 2-2
MATCH TO BE A SCORE DRAW 3-1
FALKIRK v RAITH
Raith have won all three matches this
season without conceding a goal.
RAITH TO WIN TO NIL 6-1
HIBS v MORTON
Hibs have scored in both halves
in each of their home matches this
HIBS TO SCORE IN BOTH HALVES 11-10
LIVINGSTON v QoS
Derek Lyle has scored in QoS's last five
competitive matches which stretches
back to last season.
LYLE TO SCORE ANYTIME 13-10
ST MIRREN v DUMBARTON
St Mirren have won their last three
competitive home matches but
conceded a goal in all three.
BOTH TO SCORE AND ST MIRREN WIN 2-1
ALLOA v RANGERS (Sun)
Rangers have scored at least three
goals in all three of their matches
RANGERS TO SCORE 3 OR MORE GOALS 6-5