Fir Park, Friday, 7.45pm
THE SPL'S Friday night experiment continues with third-placed Well facing Pat Fenlon's Hibs.
Aberdeen hammered Dunfermline in the first look at Friday football in front of a better than expected crowd and Well will be hoping to put on a similar show for their fans after giving them a host of cut-price incentives to attend.
Well boss Stuart McCall has blamed the wind on his side's poor home record. They have won just three matches at Fir Park and it's poor compared to their away stats which show six victories.
I'm always wary about backing against a side with a new boss but it could be too early for Fenlon to make an impression. After all his men haven't won in five outings.
It's a tough start and while I'm sure he'll have his defence organised I can see Well edging a victory. A repeat of the 6-6 draw the sides fought out a couple of seasons ago would be wonderful but it's more likely to be low scoring with Fenlon playing it cagey.
Hibs have plenty of firepower with the returning Garry O'Connor 8-1 with Skybet and on-loan Wolves striker Leigh Griffiths 10-1 with Chandler and Betfred but their problem is keeping them out at the other end.