It looks short but last weekend the Pittodrie men were cut from 10-11 to 4-7 to succeed at Motherwell – and they duly won 2-0.
The Dons are 7-4 with William Hill to win to nil for the eighth match in a row while McBookie make the Buddies 8-11 to be the next team to net against the leaders – but that's unlikely as they've notched just four at home all season and gathered just one point.
McBookie make the Dons 16-1 to win all six matched before facing Celtic next month and that would make the title chase interesting. With the Hoops sunning themselves in Gran Canaria and the Dons slumming it in Paisley I expect Derek McInnes's men to wrap up the points and they will be featuring on my Top Treble.
Elsewhere in the Premiership I'm on Inverness to win at a Killie side who looked subdued against Celtic. Billy Mckay is 9-2 at McBookie to score first having netted in the Highlanders' last victory at Rugby Park.
In the Championship leaders Hearts are determined to win at a Dumbarton side who held them 0-0 when they last met at the Rock.
The Jambos are a best 2-5 at Coral and I'm backing them to do the business.
Rangers reduced the gap at the top to 13 points by beating Dumbarton but could drop points against their bogey side. Alloa have held them to two 1-1 draws in the league and won 3-2 in the Challenge Cup at Recreation Park.
The Wasps have one point in five games but could make it difficult on their plastic pitch. With Gers no bigger than 4-11 at Coral the value is on Alloa draw no bet at 7-1 with McBookie. Just to win Alloa are 9-1 at McBookie.
Hibs and Falkirk are in good form as they fight for play-off places and I expect goals when they meet at Easter Road.
Both to score pays 1-1 at Betfred and Ladbrokes. Falkirk have won both meetings this season and are the league's form side so back them to take at least a point.
The Bairns are massive at 19-4 with McBookie but again it's a safer draw no bet for me at 17-5.
In League One I like Brechin at home to Ayr and in League Two take Queen's Park at East Fife.
That's my thoughts on the Scottish card and here are some stats from William Hill's Owen Scott – these are interesting but they are not tips.
Dunde v Motherwell
The home side have failed to win in the
last six meetings between the sides.
Only twice has the home side failed
BOTH TO SCORE AND MOTHERWELL WIN 5-1
Killie v Inverness
Billy Mckay has scored in both his last
two matches. Inverness won both.
He also scored in Invernesses last win
at Rugby Park.
MCKAY TO SCORE AND INVERNESS WIN 3-1
Ross County v Partick Th
Twenty one goals have been scored in
the last five meetings between these
FOUR OR MORE GOALS IN MATCH 2-1
St Mirren v Aberdeen
Aberdeen have now won their last six
matches and have not conceded a goal
in any of them.
ABERDEEN TO WIN TO NIL 7-4
Alloa v Rangers
Alloa have yet to lose to Rangers in
their three meetings this season
ALLOA DRAW NO BET 6-1
Dumbarton v Hearts
Apart from Hibs, Dumbarton are the
only club to take points off of Hearts
in the league this season.
DUMBARTON TO WIN OR DRAW 11-8
Hibs v Falkirk
Falkirk have won both ties against
Hibs this season 1-0. They have
also only lost one goal in their last
six league matches.
FALKIRK TO WIN TO NIL 6-1
Livingston v Cowdenbeath
Livingston are unbeaten in their last
seven home matches against Cowdenbeath
LIVINGSTON TO WIN AND OVER 2.5 GOALS 7-4
Raith v QoS
Gavin Reilly has scored in both QoS
wins against Raith this season.
REILLY TO SCORE AND QoS WIN 15-8