RANGERS owe Motherwell one for their Betfred Cup semi-final loss and will be pleased to see Louis Moult absent today.
Moult's magic settled a Hampden thriller and since he's been injured the Fir Park men have struggled to take one point in 12.
Joining Moult on the sidelines today are Chris Cadden and Elliot Frear while keeper Trevor Carson will play with a sore shoulder.
Graeme Murty's men have lost two on the spin to end all title talk and need a lift ahead of Saturday's Old Firm clash.
Gers have won just four out of 10 at Ibrox but against a weakened Well should pick up the points at a best 9-20 with Marathonbet.
Seven of Well's last eight defeats on the road have been by a one goal and another pays 13-5 at boylesports.
A repeat win for Stephen Robinson's men is 7-1 at William Hill while a draw is 4-1 at Marathonbet.
The Cup semi-final was fiery with six yellows and plenty of controversy including Ryan Bowman breaking Fabio Cardoso's nose.
Man in the middle is John Beaton who has flashed 70 cards in his last 16 games – three of them red. Over three Wells cards returns 12-5 at William Hill.
Second-placed Aberdeen entertain a Partick Thistle side without an away win this season – just three draws on the road – and who have lost 15 of 17 against the top three since the start of last term. The Dons played OK in their 3-0 loss to Celtic and should bounce back at 2-5 with Stan James.
They've won five and drawn two of the last seven meetings at Pittodrie and the Jags have conceded 10 in three away outings.
Hearts face Hibs in what looks to be an intriguing derby. If they play as they did against Celtic the Jambos will win but Hibs are unbeaten in eight derbies and I fancy a draw at 12-5 with McBookie for the fourth successive meeting at Tynecastle. A red card is possible at 2-1 at Skybet.
St. Johnstone have won three in a row on the road, including at Ibrox, and are worth a look at 33-20 with Marathonbet at basement boys Ross County. They have won four in a row in Dingwall and six of the last seven. Backing them not to lose is less risky and there could be goals too with both to score paying 10-11 at William Hill.
Kilmarnock were superb against Rangers and take an unbeaten five-game record to Hamilton. I don't see Steve Clarke's men losing but keep the stalemate on side and go Killie draw no bet at evens with Marathonbet.
They have won four and drawn one of their last visits to the SuperSeal and playing on plastic isn't a problem as they have one of their own although Clarke apparently wants to rip up it up and restore the grass which would be good to see.
- Rangers to win by one
- Red card at Hearts-Hibs
- St Johnstone
- Killie draw no bet