IT'S part three of the Celtic-Motherwell trilogy and what's the chances of a third controversial penalty to settle the outcome.
Scott Sinclair was accused of diving to win a crucial award in the Betfred Cup Final last Sunday.
And on Wednesday at Fir Park – with the Hoops' 65-unbeaten run on the line – Willie Collum was accused of handing Celtic a soft one and Sinky struck to rescue the record.
The clubs meet at Parkhead today for the third time in seven days and it's bound to be tetchy.
A penalty to be awarded pays 9-4 with McBookie, a Celtic spot-kick is 7-2 and one for Motherwell pays 11-1.
Ref Kevin Clancy has given no pens in his five Premiership games this season – but neither has Collum in his nine.
McGregor's award was not just Collum's first – it was Celtic's first in the Premiership this season. Dundee surprisingly have most with five followed by Rangers on four.
Celts and Well must be sick of the sight of each other and Stephen Robinson will be wondering if a decision will go his way. And after a week of mud-slinging this could be fiery with a red card paying 9-4 at McBookie.
There hasn't been much between the sides in the two meetings and his men are 16-1 at boylesport to end Celtic's record at 66 while Brendan Rodgers's men are no bigger than 1-6 at bet365.
In a match where value is difficult to find best bet could be both teams to score at 21-20 with boylesport.
Kieran Tierney came as close to anyone to opening the scoring at Fir Park and continues to pose a threat with his marauding runs down the left. He is 25-1 at BetBright to score first and 11-2 to net at any time.
Collum will remain in the spotlight tomorrow when he takes charge of the live game between Aberdeen and Rangers.
Four days after thrashing the Dons 3-0 at Ibrox the sides meet again – and will Collum be in the headlines?
I admit I got it wrong by tipping the Dons not to lose at Ibrox and tomorrow is difficult to call.
Clearly the Derek McInnes situation didn't help and I maintain the Dons were the wrong price at a best 14-5.
This time they are 7-4 at bet365 with Rangers – who won 3-0 at Pittodrie under Pedro Caixinha last season – 6-4 favourites.
Who knows what Gers team will turn up and a draw looks the call at 12-5 with BetBright.
Elsewhere in the Premiership I'm backing Hamilton at 6-5 with bet365 not to lose at Hearts. The Jambos have returned to Tynecastle with draws against Partick and Ross County and this could be another against an Accies who followed their win at Ibrox by holding Hibs.
St Mirren are back at the top of the Championship and should stay there as Jack Ross welcomes his former side Dumbarton. Saints are one for accumulators at 8-15 with McBookie and with their last four going over 2.5 goals consider Saints and overs at 5-4 with Ladbrokes.
Morton have the second best home record in the division and entertain a Brechin side pointless on the road in six outings. Take Ton at 4-9 with Stan James.
Ayr continue to set the pace at the top of League One and are Scotland's leading scorers with 40. Visitors Albion Rovers have lost just once away – scoring two a game on the road – so try Ayr and both to score at 7-4 with bet365.
In League Two Peterhead have won four in a row and should make it five against a low-scoring Edinburgh side with just four goals on the road. To win to nil the Blue Toon are 5-4 at McBookie.

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  1. superjim 11 months ago

    Overs on bookings for Aberdeen game MrF. Was set at 5.5 cards last time at evens. May be higher this time but should come in.

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      Mr Fixit 11 months ago

      Maybe – McInnes won’t want his Dons players kicking Rangers if as is expected he makes the move next week.

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