KILLIE have been the punters' pal in recent weeks and are another big price to beat Aberdeen tonight.
Steve Clarke's men featured heavily among my selections Super Single including Saturday when they were the Super Single at just above evens to beat Ross County at home.
That price made no sense – a team with one defeat in 16 facing a side with one win in 16.
Bookies haven't cottoned on to Killie's revival and continue to under-estimate a side now looking certs to finish top six.
Tonight they tackle Aberdeen at home for a place in the Scottish Cup semi-finals and again look big at a best 12-5 at William Hill.
In a game that could go either way that's a good offer consider the Dons are 13-10 at McBookie.
The odds allow us to back Killie, who have won eight out of nine at Rugby Park, at 5-4 draw no bet with bet365.
Aberdeen were the last side to beat Clarke's outfit but failed to put them away in the original tie at Pittodrie despite taking an early lead and were poor as they drew 0-0 at Partick at the weekend.
It was Kris Boyd whose penalty forced a replay and his strike against Ross County made him the Premiership's top scorer.
Boyd is 19-4 at McBookie to break the deadlock and 7-4 to net at any time.
In the lower leagues there's plenty to look at and I like Raith at Forfar, Clyde at home to Elgin and Peterhead at home to Stenny. They could feature on my tips that will be posted around lunchtime.
- Killie draw no bet
- Boyd to score