WHEN you look at the Premiership form table it's not Celtic and Rangers up there but Kilmarnock and Hibs.
Killie have won six and drawn two of their last eight and head to a Partick Thistle side who hit rock bottom after a 4-0 defeat at Ross County in midweek.
The Jags have failed to score in four, picking up one point, and face a side who have clinched fifth place at least after a remarkable run.
Thistle's need is greater than Killie's and that's a worry but Steve Clarke will want the momentum to continue and they should win at 11-8 with Black Type.
Hibs have also won six out of eight and managed the last two without key man John McGinn who will return today.
County take credit from that superb display in midweek but Hibs are far superior to Thistle and have lost just one of six visits to Dingwall. Hibs are 21-20 with William Hill.
The match features two players who hit hat-tricks in midweek – Alex Schalk and Florian Kamberi. Schalk is 3-1 at bet365 to score while Kamberi is 7-5.
As the Premiership nearly reaches the split McBookie.com can't separate Aberdeen and Rangers in the race to finish second, offering them both at even money.
However, some punters think there could be value in Hibs 8-1. Aberdeen are three points ahead of Rangers and four points clear of Hibs.
McBookie.com spokesman Paul Petrie said: “The fixtures for the top six are going to be interesting indeed and will have a massive bearing on who will finish second. Aberdeen are in pole position but it still looks too difficult to call.”
At the bottom the firm make Ross County 5-6 favourites to finish last with Partick 11-8.
Petrie added: “It looks a battle between Ross County and Partick Thistle for automatic relegation. However, with all the teams having to play each other Dundee and Hamilton will also be looking over their shoulders.”
Hearts have all but sealed their top-six spot and can make it official with a draw at home to Aberdeen. Both meetings this season have been scoreless and no scorer pays 9-1 at bet365 and under 1.5 goals is 5-2 with Betfred.
Rangers are winless in three as they welcome a Dundee side who battled to a point at Celtic Park on Wednesday.
The Ibrox men will be fresher but having dropped 25 points at home can they be trusted at 4-11 with Coral?
Finding value is difficult – maybe Dundee +2 at 4-5 with Coral or Jamie Murphy to score at 7-4 with bet365.
Celtic are limping towards the title but tomorrow should win at Hamilton where they have taken three points from five of their last six visits.
The Hoops are no bigger than 1-4 with Marathonbet and if he starts consider Leigh Griffiths to score first at 11-4 with betfair.
St Mirren will clinch the Championship title today if they win at Brechin and Livingston drop anything at home to Morton.
Saints are nailed on to beat winless Brechin but are no bigger than 3-11 at 188Bet. Strangely all three meetings this season have been one-goal Saints successes but you have to fancy them to cover the -1 handicap against a side who have lost four in a row to nil and by at least two.
Dundee United ended a barren run by beating Dumbarton 2-0 in midweek and travel to the Sons who have lost four in a row without scoring. Take United to win to nil at 2-1 with Coral.
Ayr are three points clear of Raith in the fight for the League One title and have the easier game today. They are 4-6 at Marathonbet and I like Ayr and over 2.5 goals at 5-4 with Ladbrokes.
League Two sees Peterhead and Montrose locked on 64 points but Montrose have a game in hand.
Peterhead look to have a shoe-in at Berwick today where they have won their last three. They are 8-15 at BetStars.
Montrose head to Stirling who have clinched third spot and are 29-20 at Marathonbet to win at Forthbank for the third time this season.
Clyde still have play-offs hopes and are 17-20 with Marathonbet to win at basement boys Cowdenbeath just a couple of weeks after a 3-0 success at Central Park.
- Kamberi to score
- Hearts v Aberdeen under 1.5 match goals
- St Mirren to win to nil
- Dundee Utd to win to nil
- Ayr & over 2.5 match goals