BETS bets of the weekend could be Hearts but the price has gone and they are now 1-2 with Ladbrokes at home to St Mirren.
The Jambos have started superbly with three wins from three but have lost strike star Kyle Lafferty to Rangers and boss Craig Levein will follow events from his hospital bed.
No.2 Austin MacPhee will take charge and little will change while players will want to win to give the manager a lift.
Saints are struggling under Alan Stubbs and had no shots on target in last week's 2-0 defeat at home to Livingston which is a pretty shocking stat.
Edinburgh rivals Hibs face a test at Livingston who have started okay. However, if Neil Lennon's men match their opponents' spirit their quality should tell.
Neil Lennon's Hibs remain unbeaten, still without main striker Flo Kamberi, are 23-25 with Marathonbet and that tempts against a side still finding their way under new boss Gary Holt.
Staying in the Premiership and Dundee remain pointless after four games ahead of their meeting with second-bottom Motherwell.
It's a huge day for boss Neil McCann and another defeat would put him under severe pressure. Motherwell looked back to their best against Rangers last week as they picked up their first point in a 3-3 thriler – a repeat of that performance would see them win.
Some big games in the Championship and should be wins for revitalised Dundee United at Alloa and Ross County against Falkirk who parted company with boss Paul Hartley after last week's heavy defeat at home Queen of the South and will have Ray McKinnon joining from Morton next week. The double pays evens with William Hill.
Two of my best tips last week were Queens and Ayr and they meet at Palmerston and hopefully there's plenty of goals.
Stephen Dobbie and Lawrence Shankland are two of the division's hottest strikers and both could be on target. I fancy a score draw at 4-1 with bet365. Over 2.5 goals on its own pays 19-20 at Marathonbet.
Dobbie, who hit a hat-trick at Falkirk last week, is 5-4 with bet365 to score while Shankland, who has 12 goals in nine games this season, is 21-10 to net.
In League One Arbroath have started how they finished last season and lead the table from title favourites Raith.
Arbroath are 4-6 with McBookie to beat Brechin at home and Rovers the same price when Forfar visit.
In League Two the big game is Annan v Clyde and I'm on the home at 7-5 with bet365 with the Bully Wee falling at home to improving Edinburgh last week.
Albion Rovers remain pointless and goalless and it's a surprise to see Berwick as big as 8-5 with bet365 for their visit to Shielfield.