IT looks like we have a title race in Scotland for the first time in years – and Kilmarnock are 150-1 to be crowned champions.
Only joking of course. Steve Clarke's side have enjoyed a remarkable year and should get some sort of award for sitting just two points off the top. But they can't finish first.
Gers climbed to the top of the Premiership for the first time in seven years and will be looking to cement their position by beating Aberdeen at Ibrox tonight.
Celtic visit Motherwell in the middle of a hectic spell and an Old Firm double pays 6-5 – I backed it heavily on Sunday at a much bigger 8-5.
Rangers are a best 4-6 with Coral to beat a Dons side who played well despite losing 1-0 to Celtic in the Betfred Cup Final.
I'd have loved nearer evens but Aberdeen could be on a downer after another final defeat.
Alfredo Morelos has netted in his last seven league games and is 21-20 with McBookie to make it eight in a row.
Celtic looked a little tired towards the end of Sunday's final and with big games coming up Brendan Rodgers may take the chance to rest a couple of players.
Killie could bet the best of the top three at evens with Betfred at home to Livingston. Clarke's stars thumped Hibs 3-0 and while Livi will fight as hard as usual Killie's clash can shine through.
I've posted separate previews of Rangers v Aberdeen, Motherwell v Celtic and Kilmarnock Livingston but the above is a round-up of those tips and here are brief thoughts on the other three matches.
Hibs are desperate for three points after six without a win. St Mirren are the visitors to Easter Road so this could be the one Neil Lennon's been eyeing up – although he probably said that about Dundee at the weekend.
The home win is on but pays no bigger than 4-9 at Coral so consider Hibs and over 2.5 match goals at 23-20 with Ladbrokes.
Dundee v Hamilton is a massive match at the foot with the Dens men trailing their rivals by eight points.
Accies won at St Mirren last week and I'm on them to build on that with another three points at 21-10 with bet365.
Finally, St Johnstone entertain Hearts who looked more confident against Rangers with Christophe Berra back and this looks a draw at 12-5 with McBookie.