WITH the Old Firm in action tomorrow it's Hibs v Aberdeen that takes centre stage today.
The Dons have the upperhand over their rivals this season with two wins and are 15-8 with William Hill to notch a third.
Both sides are in good form with Hibs notching back-to-back wins against Motherwell and Rangers while Derek McInnes's visitors have won four in a row with 14 goals scored after losing to Rangers.
It's almost a case of “we'll beat anyone but Celtic and Rangers” and I'm on the Dons to edge this.
Aberdeen have lost just two of 10 visits to Easter Road and only one has seen both score or go over 2.5 goals. It was 1-0 last October and under 2.5 goals pays 8-11 at Paddy Power.
Killie have done me proud recently – they beat Brora by the required amount and on Tuesday were the Super Single against Dundee.
I'd written that one off when they were reduced to 10 men but two late goals gave them a remarkable seventh home win on the spin.
Dundee's capitulation at Killie was their third defeat in a row and after a decent show at Celtic in the Cup I'm on Partick Thistle at 13-10 with Marathonbet at Firhill.
Three of the last four in Glasgow have saw both score and it should be on again at 19-20 with bet365.
Hearts continue to progress nicely under Craig Levein and are 5-6 with BetStars to win at basement boys Ross County. The Jambos have kept nine clean sheets in 11 and are 14-5 at McBookie to win to nil.
On Sunday Rangers return to New Douglas Park after winning there 4-1 in September. Accies are on a rotten run of four defeats and Gers will be on many accas at a best 1-2 with William Hill.
Can't seen anything but an away win and Gers and over 2.5 match goals is the call at 15-13 with Ladbrokes.
Jason Cummings, Alfredo Morelos, Josh Windass and James Tavernier have all been in the goals recently and any could be picked for first scorer. For an anytime goal I'm on Sean Goss at 15-2 with Unibet.
Celtic entertain St Johnstone three days after facing Zenit and could feel the effects of a superb display. However, Saints are sinking after five defeats in six and it should be a home win even if Brendan Rodgers rings the chances ahead of Thursday's second leg in Russia.
Just three games in the Championship and St Mirren should celebrate boss Jack Ross turning down the Barnsley job by winning at Livingston. McBookie's 7-5 looks a fair price on the leaders who have beaten their rivals three times this season.
Brechin remain winless and Falkirk look good at 1-2 with McBookie and Ladbrokes on accumulators. The Bairns have won three of their last four by a 3-1 scoreline while City have lost three in a row by at least two goals.
Morton have notched four wins in a row but face a test at QoS. Five out of six meetings at Palmerston have gone over 2.5 goals and that pays evens with McBookie.
Anyone who's been following League One wouldn't have been surprised at Ayr shipping six to Rangers. The Honest Men score loads and concede plenty but should get back to winning ways at home to struggling East Fife.
Head-to-head results say back goals at Airdrie v Queen's Park where three meetings have produced 16. Over 3.5 pays 17-10 at Marathonbet.
Raith are 3-5 at bet365 to avenge a September defeat at Albion Rovers who have lost seven in a row.
Best bets in League Two are Clyde at 4-6 with McBookie to make it five wins in a row at home to Cowdenbeath.
In the Irn-Bru Cup semis take TNS to beat Dumbarton and Inverness to edge out Crusaders.
- Aberdeen (15-8, William Hill)
- Motherwell v Killie btts (19-20, William Hill)
- Hearts (5-6, BetStars)
- Partick Thistle (13-10, Marathonbet)
- St Mirren (7-5, McBookie)
- Falkirk -1 (7-5, betfair)
- Ayr & over 2.5 match goals (Evens, Ladbrokes)