IT'S Helicopter Sunday – but is it worth the pilot's bother to even rotate the blades.
He could simply save a bit of hassle by parking up at Rugby Park and waiting for the final whistle to sound on a chaotic SPL season.
Rangers need to beat Kilmarnock to guarantee a third successive title and I can't see them slipping up.
We all know what happened in 2005 with Scott McDonald at Motherwell but there will be no repeat – not when it's Walter Smith's last man in charge.
Not when Rangers have been so good since the split. Not when Killie have failed to win since caretaker boss Kenny Shiels took charge eight games ago.
And not when they will be minus star man Alexei Eremenko, the Finnish playmaker being linked with a £1million move to Rangers or Celtic.
So for me it’s not a matter of Rangers winning – it’s by how many they do it.
Both sides of the Old Firm should win convincingly with Celtic facing a Motherwell outfit who have had one eye on the Scottish Cup Final for the past few weeks.
Rangers are 13-8 with Hills minus two and Celtic minus two pays 11-8.
Hills offer 2-5 on Gers winning the league by one point and that’s almost certain. Gers by four points is 12-1, by three 13-2 and by two 40-1.
Celtic are 50-1 to finish first on goal difference, 11-1 to win by two points and 4-1 by one.
Neil Lennon’s men are 11-10 with Hills to top the live table at any time and that’s possible as they could score before Rangers. No is 4-6.
The title not to change hands during the 90 minutes tomorrow is 4-6 and 9-4 for once, 11-2 for twice and 12-1 for three or more.
And to change hands in the final 10 minutes and wake that pilot it’s no 1-6, yes 7-2
Celtic are 5-4 to score more than Gers (5-4) with the tie 7-2. Nikica Jelavic is 3-1 to net the goal that clinches the title but Kyle Lafferty has come alive since the split and could grab the glory at 7-2. Bets settled on player who scores last for title winners.
Well are 14-1 with Hills to repeat history by coming from behind to win or draw.
Elsewhere in the SPL Dundee United take on Hearts side who have just conceded seven without reply to the Old Firm – with men sent off in both games and a row over team selection.
United won their previous home game 4-0 against Motherwell and I like them at 13-10 with Stan James and boylesports.
(11-8, William Hill)
(13-8, William Hill)
Hooper and Jelavic to score
(2-1, William Hill)
(13-10, Stan James, boylesports)