TODAY has a strange feel to it. Celtic will lift the title with a win but maybe they'll prefer to wait until next week.
The SPFL were determined not to set up an Old Firm championship decider but it could still happen if the leaders fail to beat Hibs today.
A trip to Easter Road is no gimme and Neil Lennon's men have made it tough for the Hoops this season with two 2-2 draws, a 1-0 defeat at Celtic Park and a thrilling 4-2 loss in the Betfred Cup semi-final.
Scott Brown's keen to get it done at the home of his former club but Celtic look a little short at 8-13 with William Hill and it could easily be a draw that would set us up for next weekend if Aberdeen and Rangers drop points to Killie and Hearts respectively.
My head says Celtic will go out and put on a show but best bet for Easter Road could be goals – three out of four have gone over 3.5 – and that pays 85-40 at McBookie. Both to score and over 2.5 goals pays 34-25 at Marathonbet.
And so to Ibrox – and what are the chances of Celtic winning the title there tomorrow courtesy of Hearts if Aberdeen have slipped up today. Now it's getting confused.
Rangers have taken seven points out of nine against the Jambos this season but are difficult to back at 1-2 with McBookie after the drama of the past week.
The third top-six game is a fascinating with Kilmarnock welcoming Aberdeen to Rugby Park.
Six wins in a row have given Killie a chance of catching Hibs in fourth and they are 23-10 at betfair to make it a magnificent seven.
The Dons were disappointing as they crashed 3-0 to Motherwell in the Scottish Cup semis and Derek McInnes will have a difficult job lifting his troops.
In five meetings this season it's been three draws and two Aberdeen wins but I don't see Killie losing at fortress Rugby Park and they are 32-25 draw no bet at Marathonbet. However, they have a terrible record against the Dons and haven't beaten them in 19.
Kris Boyd, closing in on the Golden Boot prize, is 21-10 at Unibet to add another goal to his tally. He is 8-11 with Sky Bet to finish top Premiership scorer after being as big as 100-1 when Steve Clarke took charge. Boyd leads Rangers' Alfredo Morelos by two with no one else close.
The fight to avoid bottom spot looks to be between Partick Thistle and Ross County and both are at home today.
Jags v Hamilton will be a John Lambie tribute match and I can see it ending all square.
County welcome cup finalists Motherwell and both to score looks on at 6-7 at 188Bet with either side winning 3-2 in Dingwall this season.
Dundee boss Neil McCann will be in the stand for his part in a bust-up with St Johnstone keeper Zander Clark. The sides meet again at Dens and after winning 4-0 last time they met I'm backing the Perth side at 23-10 with betfair.
In the Championship the big game is Inverness v Dunfermline with the home side needing a win to have a chance of sneaking late into the play-offs.
Both sides are in great form with ICT winning five in a row and the Pars four on the spin.
It's a tough one to call but ICT have to go for it so there should be goals and over 2.5 pays evens at McBookie.
In League One the only live issue is the title with Ayr two points clear of Raith. Today Raith travel to a Stranraer side that won at Somerset last week so it won't be easy while Ayr head to Alloa tomorrow.
Raith lost 1-0 at Stair Park earlier in the season and Stranraer draw no bet could the shout at 11-5 with McBookie.
It's a similar scenario in League Two with Montrose three clear of Peterhead and needing four points from two games to seal the deal.
Montrose have won four in a row and look overpriced at 15-8 with McBookie against a side who played midweek and need one win from three to clinch a play-off spot.
- Hibs v Celtic over 3.5 goals
- Hearts draw no bet at Rangers
- Kilmarnock draw no bet
- Ross Co v Motherwell btts
- Inverness v Dunfermline over 2.5 goals
- Stranraer draw no bet v Raith
- Montrose at Stenny