Kilmarnock v Livingston
Scottish Premiership, Wednesday, December 5, KO 7.45pm.
We have a title race in Scotland for the first time in years – and Kilmarnock are 150-1 to be crowned champions.
I'm only joking of course. Steve Clarke's side have enjoyed a remarkable year and should get some sort of award for sitting just two points off the top. But they can't finish first can they?
I wonder if you'd get 150-1 in any other league in the world on a side sitting in third place -two behind leaders Rangers and one adrift of champions Celtic who are 1-6 to make it eight in a row.
It's been a remarkable year for Killie and as always the question is: How long can they keep Clarke?
On Wednesday his side entertain Livingston at home on the back of a superb 3-0 defeat of Hibs.
Livi are also enjoying a remarkable season and after two successive promotions sit proudly in the top six.
Most of their positive results have come at home where they've lost just once and taken points off Rangers and Celtic – and on the road they have only one win.
So plenty of reasons to back Killie at 17-20 with 888sport. Livi are 3-1 with the draw paying 12-5.
Killie have conceded six goals in seven at home and Livi have netted four on the road – only St Mirren have netted fewer – so it could be a low scorer.
Livi are tough side to break down and Killie and under 2.5 goals looks a shout at 12-5.
Eamonn Brophy bagged a double for Killie on Saturday and is 23-4 at 888sport to score first while Craig Halkett was again on target for Livi and is always a danger at set-pieces. The centre-half is 30-1 at 888sport to score first and worth a look at 17-1 to notch at any time.
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