The top four sides in the SPL all clash this weekend where Celtic face a tough trip to Dundee Utd (4/1, Betdaq) in the live match on Sunday, where Paddy Power make them 8/11 to continue their unbeaten winning start.
The Bhoys should have no problem finding the net at Tannadice, a venue where the visiting side have actually scored more than the Terrors, making Celtic of interest at 8/5 (William Hill) to lead at the end of both halves.
With the Gers coming from behind in their last two SPL games, and Motherwell conceding just three goals in their last five matches, Walter Smith’s men are value for maximum points following a drawn first half at 7/2 (Coral).
Elsewhere, Hibernian seek their first home victory against Kilmarnock (3/1, Paddy Power), where install them at evens.
There should be goals in this one as the hosts have conceded each time this season, while their visitors leaked a goal a game bar once. With the pair also shipping four goals in their League Cup encounter just three weeks ago, odds of 5/1 (Partybets) about four goals in the 90 minutes could pay dividends.
The bottom two battle it out at St Mirren Park where the hosts are 13/10 (888sport) to leapfrog their rivals Hamilton. However, St Mirren will have to put a stop to a run of four straight defeats, especially if avoiding relegation – a 7/4 chance with Stan James.
Hamilton may have too much tomorrow, though, and are value at 2/1 (Ladbrokes) considering they have drawn two and won once in their last five matches, where the two defeats came against Celtic and Rangers.
Aberdeen are 888sport’s 11/8 jollies to beat Hearts, but will have to seal a few holes at the back to move forward, having conceded five in their last two games. Backers can double their money for three goals or more at evens (Betdaq), with four goals or more a 5/2 chance with Bet365.
Inverness were last seen putting an end to three straight home defeats in beating Aberdeen 2-0 at the Caledonian Stadium, a victory that will steady them ahead of St Johnstone’s visit where they are Totesport’s 5/4 favourites.
With St Johnstone yet to win on the road this season, conceding an average of two a game, Coral’s 8/1 for a repeat 2-0 home win makes some appeal.