IT'S Glasgow v Lanarkshire on Sunday with two interesting games taking place.
The whole Premiership card looks good this weekend but maybe not an easy round for punters.
Let's start with the title chasers as Rangers travel to Hamilton in the lunchtime kick-off on Sunday with Celtic facing form side Motherwell later at Parkhead.
It's a day when one of the most talked-about strikers (Jake Hastie) is firmly in focus while another (Alfredo Morelos) against takes his place in the stand.
Steven Gerrard gave his side a blast when they were held 0-0 last week against St Johnstone and he got a reaction with a 5-0 rout of Kilmarnock in the Scottish Cup.
Morelos with four and ref Alan Muir with a harsh red won't be present at the HOPE CBD so Gerrard is holding out for another hero and wishing for another favour from the officials.
Accies v Rangers games have been thrillers in recent seasons – 1-4, 3-5, 1-4 and 1-2 – so let's hope both sides can keep true to that stat with both to score and overs paying 7-5 at William Hill.
Gers scored two pens on their last visit and it's two games since they were last awarded one – a spot-kick to be awarded is 3-1 with William Hill.
Nick Walsh is the man in the middle and he's been yellow card-happy this season with three more needed to take his tally to 100 in 28 games. He's also flashed four reds and one tomorrow is 7-2 at bet365.
His yellows include 16 in two Gers v Killie matches and nine in reffing two Hamilton games so expect at least four today
As for the result goes it's difficult to see past Rangers even without Morelos but I can't be having 1-4.
Celtic return from Valencia to tackle a buoyant Motherwell side on a run of six league wins in a row.
It's hardly believeable but they've been inspired by young guns Hastie and David Turnbull. Hastie has scored some crackers among his five in this run and could be worth a look at x-x to net again. He's x-x to score first.
While Well are going for seven in a row Celtic are looking to stay on course for eight in a row and have won their previous six at home in this fixture, scoring 24 – and that shows the size of Well's task.
Celtic are no bigger than 1-5 with McBookie while Well are 20-1 with Coral but the champions could be leggy and Well +2 has a shout at 6-4 at Betway.
St Johnstone v Aberdeen has gone under 2.5 goals both times this season and a third pays 6-10 at Marathonbet and it could be a draw as could Livingston v Killie.
Another set of tight games in the Championship and best could be Falkirk v Dundee Utd. The Bairns are unbeaten in five while the Tannadice men are going for four wins on the spin.
In League One Arbroath should feel the pressure's off after moving 16 points clear at the top. They are 3-5 at Betfred.
Forfar let me down last week but I'm taking them to get back on track at 10-11 with bet365 at home to Stenny.
In League Two Clyde are unbeaten in 13 and I'm on them at 10-11 with bet365 to win at Queen's Park.
- Hamilton v Rangers penalty awarded (3-1, William Hill) Sun
- Hamilton v Rangers btts & over 2.5 goals (7-5, William Hill) Sun
- Motherwell +2 (6-4, Betway) Sun
- Hastie (Motherwell) to score (12-1, bet365)
- Hearts v St Mirren btts (5-4, Ladbrokes, William Hill) 1pm
- Falkirk v Dundee Utd (4-5, bet365)
- Forfar (10-11, bet365)
- Queen's Park (10-11, bet365)