THE SPFL action kicks off with tonight's match between St Johnstone and Aberdeen with the Dons hoping to return to the top of the Premiership.
A victory could put them back on the summit for all of 17 hours with Celtic in action on Saturday lunchtime at Ross County.
William Hill's Owen Scott has put together some stats for the weekend games and remember these are not tips. Missing prices will be added later.
ST JOHNSTONE v ABERDEEN (Fri)
Aberdeen have scored in both halves
in three of their last four matches
including a home tie v St Johnstone
ABERDEEN TO SCORE IN BOTH HALVES 7-4
ROSS COUNTY v CELTIC
Five goals have been scored in each
match in Celtic's last two visits to
Dingwall with Celtic winning both
CELTIC TO WIN AND FIVE OR MORE MATCH GOALS 7-2
DUNDEE UTD v MOTHERWELL
Motherwell have lost four of their last
five away matches. All of these games
had at least four goals in each.
DUNDEE UTD TO WIN AND FOUR OR MORE MATCH GOALS 11-4
HAMILTON v INVERNESS
Billy Mckay has scored in his last
four matches. Inverness have won all
four of these games. Mckay has also
scored in both Inverness wins over
Hamilton this season.
MCKAY TO SCORE AND INVERNESS WIN (price to come)
KILMARNOCK v PARTICK TH
Thistle striker Kris Doolan scored four goals against
Hamilton in midweek.
DOOLAN TO SCORE ANY TIME 17-10
ST MIRREN v DUNDEE
Greg Stewart has scored in his last
three matches and is now the second
top scorer in the Premiership.
David Clarkson has not scored in his
last eight matches after scoring in his
first eight games.
STEWART AND CLARKSON TO SCORE 5-1
ALLOA v RAITH
Raith have won three of their last four
away matches without conceding.
RAITH TO WIN TO NIL 3-1
COWDENBEATH v RANGERS
Rangers have not lost a goal to
Cowdenbeath this season.
RANGERS TO WIN TO NIL 13-8
DUMBARTON v LIVINGSTON
Three of the last four matches between
these sides has seen a goal scored in
the last five minutes
MATCH GOAL 86TH MIN-FULL-TIME 9-4
HEARTS v FALKIRK
Hearts have won both games v Falkirk
this season. Falkirk scored in both.
BOTH TO SCORE AND HEARTS TO WIN 2-1
QoS v HIBS
Jason Cummings has scored six goals
in his last five matches.
CUMMINGS TO SCORE AND HIBS WIN (price to follow)