NEIL LENNON was brought in to get Celtic over the line – and he's kept the club on course for eight in a row.
Victory over Rangers – or even a draw – will all but seal the deal with the clubs 10 points apart.
Ibrox gaffer Steven Gerrard's season highlight came with victory in the previous Old Firm game but after the winter break, 12 points have been lost.
Brendan Rodgers's resignation gave Gers fans hope but Lenny's taken seven points from nine with the help of two injury-time winners.
It's not been pretty but I expect Celtic to eke out a narrow victory with key players such as Kieran Tierney and Tom Rogic returning.
Both meetings this season have been 1-0 home wins and a third pays 13-2 with McBookie.
Rangers have failed to net in five visits to Parkhead and just two twice in eight meetings.
Celtic have dropped just two points in front of their own fans and are 21-10 at Ladbrokes to win to nil.
Five of those Gers blanks have contributed to a low scorer and Under 2.5 match goals pays 17-20 at Unibet.
Picking a first scorer is tricky but Odsonne Edouard is a justifiable favourite at 4-1 with bet365.
Alfredo Morelos hasn't netted an Old Firm goal and is 13-5 at Unibet to end his drought.
In the eyes of neutrals, he probably has a better chance of seeing red. No prices yet but a sending-off in the match has a good chance at 9-4 with McBookie and the Scots firm go 5-2 a penalty is awarded.
Today in the Premiership biggest game is probably St Mirren v Dundee and the Buddies suffered a massive low in midweek with their 1-0 defeat at St Johnstone.
Dundee have lost four in a row but three were narrow defeats Celtic, Hearts and Hibs and I can see them avoiding defeat. Nerves will be trembling at both ends and a nervy draw looks the most likely outcome at 23-10 with McBookie.
Aberdeen have won seven out of eight away and should avoid defeat at a Hearts side still missing Steven Naismith. A Dons win is possible at 17-10 with McBookie and Dons draw no bet is 10-11 at Marathonbet.
Killie are hot favourites to beat Hamilton but both meetings this season have been 1-1 draws and another pays 7-1 at BetVictor.
There's a renewed title race in the Scottish Championship with Dundee United closing the gap to Ross County to two points – and both challengers should win today.
United entertain a Queen of the South side whose attack has gone colder than Scotland's. Queens have lost five in a row, scoring just once, so the Tangerines should win this at 7-10 with bet365. To win to nil United are 21-10 with BetVictor.
County have two games in hand and will be keen to get back on track at an Alloa side they've beaten four times this season – all without conceding.
Best bets in Scottish League One are Dumbarton who should return to winning ways at home to Stenny. They are 3-5 with McBookie and 11-5 to win with both scoring as has been the case in three meetings this season.
Forfar look massive at 3-1 with Boylesports at home to champions-elect Arbroath who are running in second or third gear.
There's little value in League Two with a treble on top three Peterhead, Edinburgh and Clyde paying just 6-4 at Marathonbet.
The more optimistic among you may consider Berwick at home to Edinburgh at 10-1 with McBookie. After all, they were 16-1 when beating Peterhead a couple of weeks ago.