IT'S quarter-final stage in the Co-operative Insurance Cup and bookies reckon another Rangers v Celtic final is on the cards.
Aberdeen, 12-1 with totesport on the outrights, have a great chance of making the semis at home to the only non-SPL survivors Falkirk.
The Dons have messed up to lower-league opponents in the past but the way they hammered Hibs on Saturday suggests Mark McGhee's side are in the mood to take no prisoners.
But Falkirk also impressed in a 5-1 win at Queen of the South and there is a feeling the Dons can't be trusted after defeats to the likes of Raith Rovers and Queen of the South in recent seasons.
Both sides have scored in five of their last seven games and both to score pays evens with William Hill. Scott Vernon looks a star in the making and the Pittodrie striker is 5-1 with Ladbrokes to score first.
Aberdeen's Paul Hartley and Falkirk's Ryan Flynn both to score pays 22-1 – they have each netted in both rounds so far.
The Dons are a biggest 3-4 with William Hill and Chandler with Falkirk 9-2 at Ladbrokes and Paddy Power. But best policy may be to take a draw and back both sides at 12-1 with Paddy Power win on penalties.
The other tie sees Motherwell and Dundee United meet in a repeat of Saturday's SPL encounter. Well are a best 11-1 at boylesports to lift the trophy with Dundee United 10-1 at bet365. Well won that one 2-1 and by all accounts were the better side so consider a repeat win for Craig Brown's men at 7-5 with William Hill.
David Goodwillie has netted in five games running and is 15-8 with Hills to make it a sixth for Dundee United who are a best 2-1 with Coral.