THERE are big live games in England and Scotland today with Arsenal facing Man Utd at 5.30pm and Hearts taking on Rangers at 12.45.
So let's start with the early on that's been tagged a title decider. It's too early of course for that but unbeaten Hearts will move nine points clear of their Ibrox rivals with a win and it's a big gap.
The Jambos won 2-1 at Ibrox earlier in the season with a late winner by Osman Sow but he's a doubt so James Keatings could return to the attack.
Robbie Neilson's men will also miss Prince Buaben but face a Gers side who were poor last week as they drew with Alloa for the second time this season.
McBookie go 5-2 Hearts win and take the title and 9-2 for Rangers to triumph and bag the glory. On the other hand Rangers are 7-1 to lose and win the league – and it's 5-2 for Hearts.
In the evening game I'm on Arsenal to beat Man Utd even though they don't have a good recent record in the fixture – they couldn't even beat Davie Moyes's men.
My reason for backing against United is their huge injury list with Danny Blind definitely out and his absence is a huge blow to Man United. The Dutch star was one of several internationals to return to Old Trafford crocked and boss Louis van Gaal could be without 12 players.
Blind queued up with Angel di Maria, Luke Shaw, David de Gea, Phil Jones, Marcos Rojo, Rafael da Silva, Jonny Evans, Michael Carrick, Ashley Young, Ander Herrera and Radamel Falcao for a shot on the treatment table.
Some of them will play today but van Gaal's squad is wafer-thin and remember United haven't won away and have been to places such as Burnley, Leicester and Sunderland.
The Gunners also have problems with Mikel Arteta, Mesut Ozil, Mathieu Debuchy and Laurent Koscielny out. Danny Welbeck is expected to shake off an injury to start against his former team and Olivier Giroud could be back.
Blind's absence will leave gaps at the back and with Alexis Sanchez in great from playing behind Welbeck and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain be on a high after his goal against Scotland we could see a performance from Arsene Wenger's men.
Hearts draw no bet (12.45pm)
(4-5, Paddy Power)
Welbeck to score first