ABERDEEN were the last team to score against Celtic 1035 minutes ago but I can see history repeating itself today.
The Dons head to Parkhead on a high after beating St Johnstone 4-0 to reach the League Cup Final and have netted on three of their last four visits, including a 4-3 defeat.
It could be a cracker and there's bound to be an edge after Neil Lennon's treatment by so-called Aberdeen fans while he watched their semi-final success at Tynecastle.
For Celtic it's all about Kris Commons as usual and the top scorer is 3-1 (various) to break the deadlock.
There's usually a shock but it's difficult to pinpoint one this weekend. Three Premiership sides face lower-league opposition – Hibs v Raith, Forfar v St Johnstone and Stranraer v ICT – and all should ease through.
A treble on Hibs, Saints and Inverness makes sense and pays a best 2-1 at Ladbrokes.
Raith travel to Easter Road without top scorer Callum Elliot and haven't netted in their last five matches. Hibs are 1-2 at Coral to win and 11-8 at Hills to do so without conceding.
Stevie May has hit five goals in his last four games is 11-10 with Hills to net in a St Johnstone win at Forfar. Saints are 4-9 (general).
The one all-Championship tie sees Alloan entertain Dumbarton. Chris Kane has scored in his last five matches including a double against the Wasps in a recent 5-1 win – Paul Hartley's last in charge.
Barry Smith has come in and started with a fine 1-1 draw at Dundee.
Dumbarton have netted 12 in their last three away games and are 6-4 at Coral. Kane to score in an away victory pays 11-5 at Hills.
Seventeen goals were scored in the matches between Albion Rovers and Stenny last season so consider over 3.5 at 9-5 with McBookie.
Commons to score first
ICT, Hibs, St Johnstone
May (St Johnstone) to score