It's a big midweek in the Scottish title race, with Celtic hoping for no slip-ups at Hibernian, while Rangers look to take care of Aberdeen at Ibrox.
Celtic can beat Hibs in a game featuring under 3.5 goals which is one leg of an acca working out at 13.5/1.
The other legs are Kilmarnock to beat Livingston, Dundee to avoid defeat at St Mirren and Hearts hotshot Lawrence Shankland to continue his stunning scoring form at St Johnstone.
The game will be played at Rugby Park with a kick-off time of 19:45 GMT on Wednesday 7th February 2024.
Kilmarnock to win - 8/13
Kilmarnock’s impressive push for European football shouldn’t be halted by Livingston, who fear the worst every time they go on the road.
The Premiership’s bottom club have lost eight away games in a row, a run dating back to a 3-1 loss at Rugby Park in October.
Indeed, their only win in 17 was a narrow 2-1 triumph over Raith in the Scottish Cup, and six points adrift in the battle to avoid relegation is looking more and more like a mountain too high to climb.
Kilmarnock are in a very different place under Derek McInnes.
Their only loss in 10 was at Rangers and, having beaten both the Gers and Celtic on their own pitch this season, they’ll fully expect to make light work of Livingston.
The game will be played at McDiarmid Park with a kick-off time of 19:45 GMT on Wednesday 7th February 2024.
Lawrence Shankland any time scorer - 11/8
Hearts left it late on Saturday before maintaining their winning streak and can make it six victories in a row by triumphing at struggling St Johnstone.
The Edinburgh side, in the comfortable position of knowing that third place is pretty much nailed down, won 3-2 at Dundee at the weekend thanks to Lawrence Shankland’s late brace.
Shankland now has 21 for the season and has only failed to find the net in one of his last nine appearances.
Hearts have beaten Saints in all five clashes since Shankland moved to Tynecastle, so take the in-form frontman to find the net at McDiarmid Park.
The case for backing Hearts at Evens is compelling, though Saints are unbeaten in three. The case for backing Shankland to find the net is stronger.
The match will be available to watch on Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Football.
The game will be played at Easter Road with a kick-off time of 20:00 GMT on Wednesday 7th February 2024.
Celtic win & Under 3.5 goals - 7/5
It doesn’t take many slips to prise open the title race and Celtic drawing 1-1 at Aberdeen did just that.
Celtic’s minor failure, coupled with Rangers beating Livingston, means there are just three points separating the Old Firm in the first decent title fight for years.
Celtic can get back on track by winning at Hibernian, but there is no guarantee of a goal-fest, with Brendan Rodgers’ men going through a sticky patch.
They have not won on three of their last four trips to Easter Road, but did beat Nick Montgomery’s side 4-1 in Glasgow at the start of December.
Hibs were awful going down 3-0 at home to St Mirren on Saturday, so expect them to show some defiance in defeat.
The game will be played at St Mirren Park with a kick-off time of 19:45 GMT on Wednesday 7th February 2024.
Draw or Dundee - 4/7
Dundee thumped St Mirren 4-0 at home when the teams last met in November and can avoid defeat when they lock horns again, this time in Paisley.
The Saints are solid enough at home with five wins and four losses from 13 played, whilst Dundee are competitive away with three wins and four losses.
The Buddies have a plus one goal difference at home, Dundee a minus one goal difference away, so this promises to be tight and the visitors will certainly fancy their chances of getting something from the trip.
St Mirren won 3-0 at Hibs on Saturday, but have not been able to string consecutive wins together since September.
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