ABERDEEN and Hibs meet tonight both nursing hangovers from losing Scottish Cup semi-finals.
But while the Dons' defeat to Celtic wasn't a surprise the Hibees will still be feeling sore about the way they crashed to Hearts.
Kevin Nisbet's missed penalty proved crucial and Jack Ross' men will need to pick themselves up and go again.
Aberdeen had been playing well before their Hampden horror show and have a decent recent record against Hibs – winning three and drawing two of the last five at home.
I'm backing Derek McInnes' men to edge this at 11-10 with McBookie.
There could be goals too with 12 in the Dons' last two at home and both to score pays 17-20 at McBookie.
The home men have been sharing the goals far and wide and Lewis Ferguson looks decent value at 9-4 with McBookie to net.
St Johnstone are unbeaten in four and can see off a Killie side who have scored in just one of their previous five games.
Saints are 5-4 at McBookie and under 2.5 goals is even shorter at 8-13 as it's landed in four out of six.
Dundee United have also gone four without losing and should beat a St Mirren side who haven't played since October 4. United draw no bet is fine at 3-4 with McBookie.
Alloa have started with two defeats in the Championship and it could be four when Dundee visit.
The Dens men have bounced back from their opening 6-2 thrashing by Hearts to beat Morton and draw with leaders Raith.
Dundee are evens at McBookie and Charlie Adam, with two crackers already this season, is 11-4 at bet365 to net again.
- St Johnstone
- (7-1, McBookie)