THE TITLE may be all but over but there's plenty to keep fans interested in the Scottish Premiership.
Four points separated sixth-place Killie from basement boys Partick Thistle so any of those seven sides could finish bottom.
It's tightly bunched and teams are evenly matched and it makes it difficult for punters to make calls – last weekend for example there were four draws including three 0-0s.
One side who have joined the top-five breakaway are St Johnstone and stats suggest they'll beat Motherwell at home today.
Saints dominate the head to head with six wins in a row against the Fir Park men in Perth. Tommy Wright's men are in good form with just one loss in form including draws against Aberdeen and Hearts.
Last time out at McDiarmid they were dominant in 3-0 defeat of Inverness and I'm on them at 4-5 with McBookie.
Celtic are no bigger than 2-15 at Ladbrokes to make it 20 games without defeat against Dundee. Brendan Rodgers's side were flat in a midweek 1-0 victory against Accies and fans will hope for a better display.
Dundee will go to Celtic Park and also park the bus and best bet could be the Hoops to win to nil at 5-6 with McBookie.
The Dens men have netted just once in six visits to the east end of Glasgow and have drawn a blank in their last two outings against Ross County and Killie.
Aberdeen have a poor record at Ross County but should put that to bed against a side with one win in six. The Dons are 5-6 at McBookie.
At Tynecastle all eyes will be on Ian Cathro who makes his home dugout debut against Partick Thistle. I tipped Hearts to lose at Ibrox last week and that was a tough opener for the new boss.
He has a better chance today and Hearts are a best 8-11 at BetBright with the Jags 23-5 at Marathonbet.
Players will be looking to impress the new boss and Bjorn Johnsen is my choice for first scorer at 9-2 with bet365.
Killie could be worth taking at 19-10 with McBookie at home to an Inverness side who have lost four out of five and on three of their last four visits to Rugby Park.
Hibs and Dundee United are locked in a fight for the Championship and United could move clear today.
Ray McKinnon visits his old Raith club and United are 21-20 at Betfred to pick up the points. They haven't conceded in five games – winning four of them 1-0. Another 1-0 pays 7-1 at McBookie and United are 5-2 at McBookie to win to nil.
Hibs, boosted by the loan signing of Kris Commons, visit Morton and may have to settle for a draw.
St Mirren are going for three wins in a row and could make it against Ayr. The Buddies are 11-10 at Stan James.
One of the strangest results last week was Airdrie 0, Stenny 5, Livingston then won 4-0 at Ochilview in midweek and the League One leaders are seven points clear of second-placed Airdrie ahead of today's meeting.
Back Livi at 7-10 with McBookie to notch a third win over the Diamonds this season.
Elgin are on fire in League Two with 18 goals in their last three games in all competitions. They look big at 7-4 with McBookie to win at Arbroath.
Bets to Consider
- St Johnstone
- Celtic to win to nil
- Livingston & over 2.5 goals