It's a big night in the Scottish Premiership at the top and bottom of the table.
The sad passing of Rangers legend Walter Smith, at the age of 73, will make for an emotionally charged evening at Ibrox where Aberdeen are the visitors.
The Dons notched their first win in eleven when they beat Hibs at the weekend but they'll need to improve upon a dismal record against Rangers to take anything from the game. They've lost six of the last eight, drawing the other two, and have found the net in just two of those.
However, the Gers aren't quite firing on all cylinders. The runaway champions last season are finding it a bit tougher to put opposition teams away and have won just two of their seven league games by more than a single goal. The Gers are just 2/7 to win but that's boosted massively to 12/5 (Bet365) if you back them to win by a one-goal margin.
In Edinburgh Celtic must win to try to close the gap at the top. They've won their last four and go to Easter Road in good shape but the Hibees have drawn the last three clashes between the sides and are desperate for a win themselves.
Jack Ross' side have now lost three in a row and picked up just five points from the last 18 available which has seen them slump to fifth in the table. The Hibees are 11/2 to win, while Celtic are 4/7.
The Premiership's bottom two meet at Dens Park where Ross County are still looking for their first win. The Staggies have won just three points from the opening 30 and manager Malky Mackay needs to start turnign things around sooner rather then latter.
The good news for Mackay is that his side are scoring goals; 10 in 10 games is the same as third-placed Dundee United's tally but 22 conceded has proven costly. Dundee have kept just one clean sheet themselves so BTTS could pay out at 4/5.
St Johnstone have found themselvs in a bit of a dip recently with three defeats in their last four so won't fancy a visit from high-flying Hearts. The Jambos are still unbeaten this season but haven't won in Perth since 2010.
3,000 fans will make the trip so they'll have plenty of backing and boss Robbie Neilson is hoping that star striker Liam Boyce will be fit enough to feature.
Saints are the lowest scorers in the division and have failed to score in over half of their league games so it could be a single goal that's good enough for the boys in maroon.
- Hearts 5/4 Bet365
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