Celtic travel to bottom side Hearts for the early kick-off as clear favourites to keep the pressure on leaders Inverness. BetVictor.com price Celtic at 2/5 to win the game, while Bet365 is offering 7/2 on the draw.
Hearts would be comfortably in mid-table, however, were it not for their 15-point deduction, so the 7/1 at Winner.com might prove tempting to those looking to back an outsider.
Inverness will start at Kilmarnock already aware of Celtic’s result, and they will be confident of taking home all three points.
The leaders are 11/10 with Skybet to do the business, while a stalemate is priced at 12/5 with Stan James. The hosts have not won all season, and you can get an unlikely looking 12/5 with Ladbrokes on there being a upset here.
Partick host Aberdeen in a top-six battle, with the home side narrow favourites to come out on top. Partick are 13/8 with Paddy Power to win this one, while the visitors are 9/5 via William Hill and Stan James post 11/5 against the stalemate.
St Johnstone are likely to be heavily-backed to beat Hibernian at McDiarmid Park and indeed Betfred’s 10/11 about a Saints success is one of the coupon’s eye catching wagers, alongside Coral’s 9/4 for them to combine victory with a clean sheet.
Motherwell are worthy favourites to clinch the three points at St Mirren, who have managed just one point all season. The 11/10 available at Stan James on an away win should prove popular, while a draw is 12/5 at William Hill. Ladbrokes is offering the same price on the hosts springing an upset and sending Well home empty-handed.
The Sunday game will see Ross County host Dundee United. Neither team has set the division alight this season – they have each won just once – although Ross have steadied the ship after losing their first three. Skybet chalk 7/5 against a home win, while punters can get 15/8 at Betfred on the Terrors coming out on top. An inconclusive affair is 9/4 at Betway.