The Scottish League Cup has reached the quarter-final stage and all eight teams left in the competition will be in action this midweek.
Defending champions Celtic were surprisingly knocked out by Kilmarnock in the round of 16 and Killie's reward for reaching the quarter-finals will be a home clash with Hearts on Tuesday.
The three remaining ties are then scheduled for Wednesday, including Rangers' showdown with Livingston at Ibrox.
All four quarter-final contests feature on our four-fold accumulator, which comes in at odds of more than 18/1.
Kilmarnock to beat Hearts @ 9/5
Double Chance - Draw or St Mirren @ 4/6
Aberdeen to beat Ross County @ 17/10
Rangers to beat Livingston to nil @
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The artificial surface at Rugby Park makes an away trip to Kilmarnock a more difficult test for visiting teams, as Celtic found out to their cost in the previous round of this competition.
Killie have also got the better of Rangers on home soil this season and they will hope to add an out-of-form Hearts to their list of scalps, as they aim to make it through to the semi-finals of the Scottish League Cup for the second year in a row.
Derek McInnes' side are available at in the Full Time Result market and they will fancy their chances of getting the better of a Hearts team that have lost five of their last six across all competitions - a run that has ramped up the pressure on head coach Steven Naismith.
It has been a sensational start to the season for St Mirren, who after losing their opening match of the campaign in the Scottish League Cup to Montrose, have embarked on a 10-match unbeaten run across all competitions, registering eight wins during that time.
Stephen Robinson is getting more than just a tune out of his side, who sit second in the Premiership standings, and he will fancy their chances of at least avoiding defeat when they visit a Hibernian team they have already beaten at Easter Road this season.
However, this is an improved Hibs team from the one that lost 3-2 to the Buddies in early August, as they are unbeaten following the appointment of new head coach Nick Montgomery (W1, D1).
Hibs are certainly a tougher nut to crack these days, but they will be facing arguably the hardest team to beat in Scotland right now and St Mirren are worth siding with to avoid defeat. They are 4/6 in the Double Chance market.
Ross County and Aberdeen will be meeting for the second time in the space of just four days, and the visiting Dons will fancy their chances at 17/10 of registering another victory after they thrashed the Staggies 4-0 in the Premiership at Pittodrie on Sunday.
Bojan Miovski grabbed a brace for Barry Robson's side in that game, as they snapped a four-match losing streak in some style, although both teams are liable to make changes for this midweek cup contest.
Regardless of changes, Aberdeen will still expect to win this game as they go in search of a third victory on the bounce against County.
With Celtic now out of the competition, Rangers are heavy favourites to lift their first piece of silverware of the Michael Beale era and they should have no problems seeing off Livingston on home soil.
The Gers have recovered from a sticky spell that saw them exit the Champions League and lose the first Old Firm derby of the season, as they have won their last three matches across all competitions without conceding.
Another Rangers win to nil could be on the cards on Wednesday at 8/15, as the Glasgow giants have won their last two meetings with Livingston without shipping a goal, including a 4-0 triumph when the two sides met at Ibrox in the league last month.
Livingston, beaten 3-0 by 10-man Celtic at the weekend, are without a win in their last 18 meetings with Rangers, with 16 of those matches ending in defeat.
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