This televised match went to the Bhoys on their previous visit in October where they emerged 2-1 winners, and a repeat scoreline is a 7/1 chance with Stan James, although a safer investment could be a one-goal margin away win at 13/5 via bet365.
It could also pay to keep the number of goals low as four of their last six meetings produced two goals or less, which may tempt some backers to double their money at Paddy Power’s 11/10.
Those odds are hardly surprising considering the visitor’s last victory over the Gers was back in 2002, while Walter Smith’s have dished out hefty beatings in recent times, including two 4-1 wins earlier this term. The hosts are 7/2 with bet365 to net four or more again, while William Hill flag up 19/20 for them to score in both halves.
Third-placed Hearts look to have a similarly simple mission at Hamilton – a side who are now 12 games without a win in the league.
Hearts are as big as evens with to win at New Douglas Park, although some punters maybe less trustworthy with the hosts winning two of the last three clashes here. Therefore, the draw may be interest at 3.5 (5/2) with Betdaq, with both halves finishing level a 7/2 call via Partybets.
Aberdeen are 9/4 outsiders jollies to win at St Johnstone, which are generous odds considering they already won 1-0 at Saints back in August. A repeat 1-0 scoreline is 7/1 courtesy of Totesport.
Inverness can use a morale boosting 5-1 home win against Morton as a springboard for their visit to lowly St Mirren where they can be backed at 2.62 (13/8) with Betdaq.
Those odds could look big tomorrow teatime as the hosts are winless in their last six SPL outings, and face a Caley side that have shown their best form on the road this season. Paddy Power’s 16/5 about a one-goal winning margin win in Caley’s favour could be the bet.