OWEN SCOTT'S taken some time off trying to win the racing naps contest and put up golf winners and looked out some stats for this weekend's SPFL games.
They may or may not help when making your final choices and remember the match at Tynecastle kicks off at 12.45pm. All prices William Hill and on the end is the latest team news.
Hearts v Celtic (12.45)
Kris Commons has opened the scoring in the last three matches against Hearts. All were Celtic wins. Commons to score first and Celtic win 16-5.
Kilmarnock v Hibs
Kilmarnock have not beaten Hibs in their last seven meetings. Liam Craig scored a double in the last win at Rugby Park and is also the last Hibs player to score away from Easter Road. Craig to score anytime and Hibs win 11-2.
Partick Th v Aberdeen
Aberdeen have beaten Partick three times this season and have yet to lose a goal to them. Aberdeen to win to nil 2-1.
Ross County v St Mirren
Ross County have only failed to score once in their last six home matches. St Mirren have only failed to score twice on the road over the same period. Both to score and Ross County win 10-3.
St Johnstone v Inverness
Stevie May has scored seven goals in his last three home matches for the Saints. May to score two or more 9-2.
Rangers v Stenhousemuir
Jon Daly scored four of Rangers' eight goals the last time Stenny were at Ibrox. Daly to score a hat-trick 5-1.
Kilmarnock (8) v Hibs (7)
Kilmarnock have close to a full squad with Michael Gardyne returning after missing the game against parent club Dundee United and Sean Clohessy back from an ankle injury. Long-term absentee Darren Barr (hip) is the only player missing but left-back Rory McKeown this week joined James Fowler on loan at Cowdenbeath.
Hibs captain Liam Craig returns from suspension but fellow midfielders Scott Robertson (knee) and Owain Tudur Jones (hamstring) remain on the sidelines. On-loan Sunderland winger Duncan Watmore is expected to overcome a knock and Kevin Thomson has recovered from injury but is short of match fitness.
Last season: Kilmarnock 1 Hibernian 3, Hibernian 2 Kilmarnock 2, Kilmarnock 1 Hibernian 1, Hibernian 2 Kilmarnock 1
Partick Th (11) v Aberdeen (2)
Partick defender Aaron Muirhead is a doubt for the visit of the Dons with a knock but manager Alan Archibald is hopeful he will make the game while long-term absentees Isaac Osbourne (ankle) and Sean Welsh (groin) miss out again.
Aberdeen have Barry Robson and Jonny Hayes available after they both returned to training but Clark Robertson (knee) and Ryan Jack (hip) remain on the sidelines.
Ross County (10) v St Mirren (9)
Filip Kiss returns from suspension for the Staggies while defender Steven Saunders (hamstring) and winger Melvin de Leeuw (knee) are both back in contention. However, striker Kevin Luckassen has flown to the Czech Republic to tie up a move to Slovan Liberec.
St Mirren will be without Gary Teale after he suffered a setback following his return from a long-term groin injury. David van Zanten is a doubt with a knock but Marc McAusland and Josh Magennis both return after being ineligible for the defeat by Aberdeen.
Last season: St Mirren 1 Ross County 4, Ross County 0 St Mirren 0, St Mirren 5 Ross County 4
St Johnstone (6) v Inverness CT (5)
Defender Frazer Wright returns from suspension for St Johnstone while Steven MacLean has fully recovered from his knee injury but is short of match sharpness. Midfielder Murray Davidson (knee) is out for the season.
Inverness manager John Hughes has a fully-fit squad which presents him with selection dilemmas after captain Richie Foran made his first start in two months and the recalled Nick Ross scored during the midweek cup win over Stranraer.
Last season: St Johnstone 1 Inverness CT 0, Inverness CT 0 St Johnstone 0, St Johnstone 0 Inverness CT 0, Inverness CT 1 St Johnstone 1