BONNYRIGG ROSE put themselves on the Scottish football map by knocking Dumbarton out the Scottish Cup in midweek.
If the junior side can sink the Sons and shut them out twice I can't imagine how badly Hibs can beat up Stevie Aitken's side today.
Dumbarton's confidence must be at a lowest ebb and they have injury problems too. Hibs remain top but only on goal difference and will be desperate to bounce back after last week's defeat at Dundee United.
Hibs have netted 3+ in four of the last five meetings of the sides at Easter Road. To do so again they are 23-20 at William Hill.
Last season Hibs won 4-0 and 4-2 at home and to bang in 4+ for a third time running it's 3-1 at Ladbrokes.
Dundee United are a short price to win at Ayr but after four successive clean sheets take them at 19-10 with 888sport to win to nil.
Morton haven't conceded in three and look a decent bet at 7-4 with McBookie at Dunfermline.
Gary Naysmith's got a tough job on his hands at Falkirk who look banker material at 19-20 with Betway.
Queens handed St Mirren their first win of the season in midweek and the Buddies look for two in a row at home to Raith. They may have to settle for a point against a side that's drawn three in a row.
In the Premiership what a difference 10 days make. Last Wednesday Rangers were stunned by Hearts in Robbie Neilson's final match – but today start hot favourites with Ian Cathro in charge.
Rangers recovered from a dismal display to beat Aberdeen 2-1 at home with Mark Warburton ripping up his coaching manual.
He found Plan B and it involved less pretty patterns and several changes that made his side more solid.
Clint Hill will be missed at the back but I expect more of the same from Rangers today and it could be too much for young boss Cathro on his mangerial debut.
Rangers are a best 10-11 with William Hill and it's a price that could disappear if home fans have faith.
Cathro's inexperience has been well documented and it's asking a lot to come up with a result on his managerial debut.
He'll need time to bed in and sort out a Jambos defence that's conceded 10 goals in their last five away matches.
Elsewhere, Aberdeen returned to winning ways with a 5-1 midweek mauling of Killie after back-to-back losses to Celtic and Rangers.
Derek McInnes's men will feel confident ahead of today's meeting with St Johnstone and are a best 3-4 at Marathonbet. Saints last six have gone over 2.5 goals and that could again be a shout at 11-12 with 188Bet.
Dundee's home form has been good but Ross County have goals in them and I'm on both to score at 11-13 with 188Bet.
Motherwell will be hurting at throwing away a two-goal lead against Celtic and will hope to make amends against Killie who have eight in their last two away games.
Bets to Consider
Hibs to score 3+
Hibs to win to nil
Rangers & Btts
Dundee v Ross Co btts