ABERDEEN have enjoyed two wonderful weeks of cup action, beating St Johnstone and Celtic in big ties, and resume the fight for second in the Premiership just one point clear of Motherwell.
The Dons head for Paisley at lunchtime on Saturday and should beat a St Mirren side who have lost their last three and crashed out of the Cup fairly tamely to Dundee Utd.
I like Aberdeen at a best 3-4 and what about Adam Rooney to score as he has done in two of his three appearances. He is 7-4 at Betfred.
The Dons, kicking off early at 12.45pm, start my treble and are joined by New Firm rivals Dundee United.
Jackie McNamara's side ended a lean run with a first win in eight against St Mirren to reach the Scottish Cup quarter-finals.
The 2-1 victory was more convincing than the score suggests and United could again become the force that swept all before them late last year.
Today's opponents Killie suffered twice – a 5-2 cup crushing at Tannadice in November and 4-1 league defeat at Rugby Park two weeks later. United also won 1-0 in October and should beat Killie for a fourth time.
Nadir Ciftci hit the winner against the Buddies and is 15-8 at Betfred to score today while Killie dangerman Kris Boyd is 11-4 with the same firm.
It's not often the top treble is an all Scottish Premiership one but I can't resist Motherwell at home to Partick Thistle.
Well haven't played for a couple of weeks so should be full of energy and their only defeat in six was to Celtic.
They were unlucky not to beat Aberdeen last time out and tackle a Thistle side they thumped 5-1 when they met at Firhill just after Christmas.
The Jags have been better on the road but haven't netted more than once in four games and that's a concern for boss Alan Archibald.
The Top Treble contest is now at an end. Feel free to put your own treble up if you want.
Pays an enhanced 9-2 at Betway
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