There is another full programme of action in the Scottish Premiership this weekend and we have put together a treble, worth almost 15/1, which includes leaders Celtic's trip to St Mirren on Sunday.
Fresh from securing victory in last weekend's Scottish League Cup final, Ange Postecoglou's table toppers will be aiming to continue their seemingly relentless march towards the title by wracking up another big victory at the SMISA Stadium.
Celtic will head into the weekend sitting nine points clear of Rangers at the top of the standings, but the Gers will have the chance to close the gap to just six if they get the better of Kilmarnock in the pick of Saturday's games.
Also taking place on Saturday will be an intriguing battle between bottom-of-the-table Dundee United and Aberdeen at Tannadice.
The hosts will have new manager Jim Goodwin in the dugout for the first time after being sacked by the visitors just over a month ago.
All three of those matches will feature as part of our Scottish Premiership weekend treble which comes in at odds of almost 15/1.
Celtic to score over 2.5 goals against St Mirren @ 1/1
Rangers to beat Kilmarnock with a -2 handicap @ 11/8
Dundee United to beat Aberdeen @ 11/5
Odds were correct at time of writing and are subject to change.
|What||St Mirren v Celtic|
|Where||SMISA Stadium, Paisley|
|When||12:00, Sunday 5th March|
|How to watch||Sky Sports Main Event and Football|
|Odds||St Mirren 12/5, Draw 5/1, Celtic 2/9|
Celtic have put up a near-faultless Scottish Premiership title defence to date this season, as the Bhoys have won 24 of their 26 league matches and are currently on a 10-game winning run across all competitions.
The only league fixtures where they have dropped points this term was in a draw with Rangers at Ibrox in January and a defeat on their last visit to St Mirren back in September.
The short trip to Paisley has certainly not been a fond one for Celtic in recent times, as they also drew at the SMISA Stadium last season, although since losing at the venue in September they have emphatically beat St Mirren twice at Parkhead, following up a 4-0 league success with a 5-1 victory in the Scottish Cup last month.
Goals have certainly not been hard to come by for Postecoglou's side either, as they are averaging over three-per-game in the Scottish Premiership and grabbed four in their last away league fixture at St Johnstone.
Despite their recent struggles at St Mirren, Celtic should have too much for their hosts on Sunday and the Bhoys can be backed at 1/1 to score over 2.5 goals in the Team Total Goals market.
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|What||Rangers v Kilmarnock|
|When||15:00, Saturday 4th March|
|Odds||Rangers 1/6, Draw 6/1, Kilmarnock 16/1|
Rangers suffered their first defeat in 15 matches under manager Michael Beale after being edged out 2-1 by Celtic in last weekend's League Cup final, but they should have no problem returning to winning ways when struggling Kilmarnock visit Ibrox.
The Gers are unbeaten in their 13 league matches on home soil, registering 11 wins - a run that includes a 2-0 victory over Killie back in August.
That is one of five-successive victories Rangers have had over their opponents on Saturday, while Killie will head to Glasgow having picked up the fewest away points in the Premiership this season - just two from their 14 matches to date.
Derek McInnes' side have also scored just five away goals, while Rangers are averaging almost three-goals-per-game at home this season.
This should be a routine victory for the hosts, who are 11/8 to win the match with a -2 handicap.
|What||Dundee Utd v Aberdeen|
|When||18:00, Saturday 4th March|
|Odds||Dundee Utd 11/5, Draw 5/2, Aberdeen 6/5|
There will be extra interest in Saturday's late game in the Scottish Premiership after bottom-club Dundee United this week appointed Jim Goodwin as their new manager following the departure of Liam Fox in the wake of last weekend's defeat at Ross County.
Goodwin's first game in charge will be a home clash with Aberdeen - the club that sacked him at the end of January following a string of poor results that included a shock defeat to sixth-tier Darvel in the Scottish Cup.
While revenge may not be in Goodwin's mind on Saturday, he will be hoping Dundee United can enjoy a new-manager bounce as they seek a first home win of the year in the league.
The good news for the Terrors is they will be facing an Aberdeen side that have lost each of their previous seven away fixtures in the league and have conceded 15 goals without reply in the last three of those games against Hearts, Hibernian and Celtic.
Dundee United also claimed a 4-0 victory when the two sides last met at Tannadice back in October and the hosts may prove the value bet to win the match at 11/5 in the Full Time Result market.