AFTER more than three weeks away the Scottish Premiership is back and we should have a fascinating race to the finish.
My antepost tip was Rangers +3 points and I can't split the sides even now with Celtic two clear having played a game more.
What's clear though is neither can slip up tonight with St Mirren visiting Ibrox and Celtic travelling to Killie.
I have no fears for Rangers even though they'll be without Alfredo Morelos and James Tavernier and struggled past Stranraer in thee Cup.
However, Saints have beefed up their defence and this could be a 2-0 or 3-0 win.
Celtic have lost two of their last three at Killie but Alex Dyer's men had been beaten in five in a row without scoring before blasting six past Queen's Park in the Cup.
Four of those defeats were by 1-0 and another pays 11-2 at BetVictor while 2-1, the last four scorelines in Celtic games, is 17-2.
Aberdeen were the third Scottish side to struggle in the Cup after returning from Dubai.
They needed a late penalty to see off Dumbarton and could struggle against Motherwell who are as big as 3-1 with bet365 to win at Pittodrie after blowing away Dundee at Dens.
However, the Dons are unbeaten at home since October and have lost just one of the last nine to their third-placed opponents at Pittodrie.
Motherwell looked good in blowing away Dundee in the Cup on Saturday night with Chris Long bagging a hat-trick.
Ross County v Hearts is tough to call so go with the stats and back both to score at 5-6 with Sport Nation.
The Jambos are still rock bottom and five points adrift of Hamilton at the foot and they don't have too much to get going under Daniel Stendel but things are looking up with some players back and a good display to batter Airdrie 5-0 in the Scottish Cup.
They haven't lost in six visits to County whose cup defeat at Ayr was the one shock at the weekend and they're on a run of four without a win.
Not sure if I can out faith in Hearts to win at 6-4 with betfair but they shouldn't lose at a smaller price of 2-5.
Hibs played well against Dundee United in the Cup last week but were pegged back to draw 2-2.
They should beat Hamilton at home but look a little short at 1-2 although they've won three meetings in a row at Easter Road and netted 11 goals.
Instead I'll take in-form Martin Boyle to score at 6-1 to score first and 9-4 at Paddy Power to net at anytime.
This has landed in six out of seven meetings in Dingwall with the other games going over 2.5 goals.
Livingston have won three out of four and could edge out St Johnstone in a tight games. They are 10-11 with Coral.
- Rangers & under 2.5 match goals
- Celtic & under 3.5 match goals
- Aberdeen v Motherwell btts
- Motherwell not to lose
- Boyle (Hibs) to score
- Ross County v Hearts btts