CELTIC seem to have been on the verge of eight in a row for months but today should finally seal the deal.
Neil Lennon's men need a point at Aberdeen to get over the line and have won seven in a row at Pittodrie.
The Dons won't be keen to host a title party but were well beaten by Rangers last week and 3-0 by Celtic in an explosive Scottish Cup semi-final.
In five meetings this season the Hoops have won four and drawn one and another victory pays 4-6 which is skinny.
Three of the last four meetings at Pittodrie have gone over 2.5 goals and that pays 10-11 at McBookie while Celtic and both to score is 14-5 at 888sport.
Much has been made of the appointment of John Beaton as ref – his first Celtic game since their Old Firm defeat at Ibrox in December.
Beaton has been card happy in recent weeks with 44 yellows flashed in 10 games so consider 35-55 booking points at 31-20 with BetVictor.
If Celtic slip up Rangers can keep the race alive until the sides meet at Ibrox if they beat Hibs.
Rangers were impressive against Aberdeen and are in line to hand Paul Heckingbottom his first league defeat since replacing Lennon.
All three meetings this season though have been draws so that will interest many at 18-5 with William Hill.
Alfredo Morelos is ban free but may start from the bench with Gers winning all four games he's missed and scoring 11 times.
At the other end Dundee are doomed after nine defeats in a row and I fancy Hamilton to send them down today. An Accies win pays 2-1 but after both sides netted three last week best bet could be over 2.5 goals at 28-25 with Marathonbet.
Should be goals too at Motherwell v St Mirren where best bet looks to be Young Player of the Year contender David Turnbull at 3-1 with bet365 to score at any time.
Still a few issues to be settled on the final weekend in the lower leagues. The battle at the bottom of the Championship has been ferociously fought but it looks curtains for Falkirk.
They'll go down if they don't beat champions Ross County and Alloa take anything from Ayr.
The Bairns could win if their opponents are in party mode and are a best 2-1 at McBookie but I can see Alloa avoiding defeat.
Jim Goodwin's men looked safe until back-to-back defeats and will hope Ayr rest players ahead of the midweek play-offs.
Alloa have lost to the Honest Men three times this season but just once in six visits to Somerset. The Wasps are 6-4 at Ladbrokes to win and just 1-2 to avoid defeat.
QoS and Partick Thistle need a point from their meeting to avoid bottom spot and a draw pays 5-2 at Marathonbet. But Queens will be in the play-off if they draw and Alloa win so can they risk it.
In League One Brechin must beat Stenny at home to leapfrog them at the bottom. Brechin are winless in six and Stenny's form is better – and crucially they are unbeaten against their rivals with two wins and draw this season. Back Stenny draw no bet at evens with McBookie.
Peterhead have a second chance to win League Two after blowing it last week. They need a point at Queen's Park unless Clyde beat Stirling by five.
The spoils have been shared this season but Peterhead should see off a side that's suffered back-to-back 3-0 losses to Clyde and Annan.
Clyde are 8-15 with McBookie to put pressure on by seeing off Stirling and 20-1 at Unibet to win by five or more
Berwick's defeat at home to Albion Rovers means they'll fight for league survival in a play-off and after six defeats in a row – all to nil – I'm on Elgin to cover the -1 handicap against them for the fourth time this season. That pays 57-50 at Unibet.