Live on BBC ALBA & Skysports 4: Sat 15.00 & Sun 12.30: Rangers are looking good to finish the season by winning the SPL.
Punters wishing to view the climax of the 2010/11 season unfold have the opportunity to do so via bet365’s live website stream on Sunday lunchtime, where Rangers are 1.33 (1/3) with Betdaq to win at Kilmarnock, while Celtic weigh-in at 1/4 (Coral) to see off Motherwell.
The history books make good reading for Walter Smith’s side at Rugby Park, where they won on seven of their last eight visits, scoring two or more each time. Ladbrokes post 5/1 for them to win 2-0, although Partybets offer insurance at 17/10 for them to win 2-0, 3-0 or 4-0. Alternatively, the Gers can be backed at 5/6 () on the handicap conceding one goal.
Celtic meanwhile, face Motherwell ahead of their showdown in the cup final next week, and having beaten the Well in five of their last six encounters, the Bhoys can lead at the end of both halves at Paddy Power’s 8/13 for the 20th occasion this season.
Elsewhere, the sides in third and fourth place, Hearts and Dundee United, lock horns at Tannadice in what should be a tight encounter, although Betfred make the hosts their 6/5 jollies, and the visitors 15/8.
Only one goal split them during in five of their last six clashes, and United are 11/4 (William Hill) to scrape this by a similar cushion, although with three draws also emerging in that period, some backers may choose another stalemate at Totesport’s 23/10.
St Johnstone are finishing the 2010/11 campaign well, but are surprisingly quoted as big as 2/1 (Sportingbet) to finish with another win at lowly St Mirren tomorrow.
That 5/2 price could look big come tomorrow teatime, though, as the hosts have avoided the drop, which could see them switch off and allow Saints to notch the opening goal (5/4, Stan James), an achievement they managed during their last two outings.
With their SPL place for next season assured, Aberdeen will be looking forward to the final match of the campaign where they are 2/1 to win at Hibernian with Coral.
The Dons have already beaten Hibs twice this season, including at Easter Road on Boxing Day where they triumphed 2-1, and punters looking for a repeat scoreline can get 11/1 (Betfred). The fact Colin Calderwood’s troops lost nine matches by a one-goal margin also brings bet365’s 7/2 into play for the away side winning by such a cushion.
Inverness have a fantastic opportunity to land another three points in their quest to make the top six of the SPL at relegated Hamilton, making their quote of 21/10 from Totesport to win the match a huge surprise.
Indeed, with the Accies already relegated, and seemingly with little to play for apart from pride, Caley will be fully revved up for this encounter at Hamilton Park where they won 3-1 on their last visit in November. Another 3-1 scoreline is on offer at a mouth-watering 25/1 (Ladbrokes) although a safer bet could be for the visitors to lead at the end of both halves at 4/1 (Partybets), especially as Hamilton lost 15 of the 16 matches in which they trailed at the break.