IT'S derby day with two of the biggest games in the land taking place at lunchtime – Everton vs Liverpool and Celtic vs Rangers.
I've posted a preview featuring tips from the Scottish leagues while Kevin Mac has focused on the big one – Celtic vs Rangers in front of no fans – in the first Old Firm game of the season.
Fireworks are expected at Celtic Park although the atmosphere will be more sedate than usual while on Merseyside we could be treated to a classic.
Liverpool are aiming to bounce back from a 7-2 defeat to Aston Villa as they welcome an Everton searching for their first derby win in 10 years. Should be a cracker and I've posted tips on Saturday's four Premier League matches.
We also have the usual array of match previews as well as VIP Tips so check them out.
- Kevin Mac has three big singles from Celtic vs Rangers.
- SlipsTips has two singles around the evens mark from Everton vs Liverpool.
- At teatime we have a potential cracker with Man City vs Arsenal and SlipsTips has a preview.
- The evening kick-off is Newcastle vs Man United and Kevin Mac has predictions.
- If it's goals bets you want read Desmond's tips here while ex-Racing Post tipster Mark Walker picks out his best bets from Scotland.
- And SlipsTips heads to the San Siro for some Serie A tips.
Hearts got the Scottish lower leagues off to a stunning start with their 6-2 defeat on Dundee on Friday night so let's hope there are more thrills and spills when the rest of the teams kick off.
I tipped the Jambos to win on a treble with Rennes and PSG -1 but it was Rennes who let me down.
Hearts are short-priced favourites to win the Championship and you can see why. Their performance was superb with some lovely goals but Dundee had their moments with Charlie Adam's strike possibly the pick of the bunch.
Well done to all the winners on Friday and good luck with your Saturday selections.
- Aubameyang to score (5.30pm)
- (37-20, 888sport)
English Both to Score Double
- Everton vs Liverpool (12.30pm)
- Newcastle vs Man United (8pm)
- (9-5, Betway)
- Queen's Park
- (4-1, McBookie)
Scottish Both to Score Treble
- Ayr vs QoS
- Morton vs Alloa
- Airdrie vs Peterhead
- (5-1, McBookie)