Ibrox, Sunday, 1pm, live on Sky Sports 1
SIX days after beating them in the League Cup Final, Kilmarnock did Celtic a turn.
They beat Motherwell in the SPL and it means Neil Lennon's side will clinch the title by winning at the home of their greatest rivals Rangers.
It's a dream scenario for all Celtic fans but a nightmare prospect for police who will be out in force after madness and mayhem the last time a championship was decided in an Old Firm encounter in 1999.
Celtic are no bigger than 1-1 to beat Rangers with some bookies making an away side favourite in an Old Firm clash for the first time.
Rangers will look massive to their fans at 3-1 with Blue Square but remember they have lost three in a row at home – although never four in their 140-year history.
Ally McCoist's men are also boosted by the return of their entire defence, Sasa Papac, Steven Whittaker, Dorin Goian and Carlos Bocanegra.
However, it's difficult to see past Celtic who will be hurting after missing out on a chance to win the Treble. The Killie defeat is their only one in 25 games and I reckon they'll pick up at least the point they need to start the party.
Three players were red-carded in that 1999 showdown and six have been sent packing in the last seven derbies. A red at Ibrox pays 7-4 with BetVictor and none is 8-11.
William Hill offer 7-1 on an action-packed encounter that sees both sides score, a red card flashed and a penalty awarded.
For goals I'd consider Joe Ledley at 14-1 with bet365 or Scott Brown at 12-1 (various) with a doubt over Gary Hooper. Ledley any time is 9-2 at bet365 and BetVictor and Brown any time is 9-2 at Skybet.
If you fancy a Rangers player to score first best bet could be Andrew Little at 10-1 at Ladbrokes.
Red card shown
Ledley to score