Celtic were once again utterly dominant in the Scottish top-flight with Rangers and Aberdeen failing to make anything approaching a serious challenge on the title, however things remain pretty tight closer to the foot of the Premiership table. Inverness Caledonian Thistle look all-but-doomed to relegation, however who will be going them in the Championship is anyone’s guess. Perhaps things will become a little clearer this weekend.
Here’s what we think…
Inverness v Hamilton Academical match preview and betting tips
Inverness fans have probably resigned themselves to the fact that their side will be plying their trade in the Scottish Championship next season and we don’t believe that they can mount a late great-escape in the coming weeks. Hamilton Academical are also in the danger zone although they should have little difficulty in securing all three points at the Caledonian Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Celtic v St Johnstone match preview and betting tips
Celtic were once again utterly dominant on the Scottish football scene and it would take a brave man to bet against them completing the season without a single domestic defeat to their name. A domestic treble looks set to be coming their way and the Hoops will keep the party going by securing yet another win at Parkhead when St Johnstone come to town this weekend.
Kilmarnock v Dundee match preview and betting tips
Kilmarnock have shown signs of improvement and this has been enough to lift them six points clear of the relegation play-off place, however can they collect the three points when they face Dundee at Rugby Park this weekend? We believe that they can and a clean sheet will be the icing on the cake as Killie finally wave goodbye to the threat of relegation.
Motherwell v Ross County match preview and betting tips
Motherwell are one of three sides which remain in danger of joining relegation near-certainties Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the Championship text season, however three points on Saturday afternoon would do much to help their cause. Nevertheless we don’t fancy their chances of managing anything from their weekend clash with a Ross County side which held Celtic to a 2-2 draw last month and put four past Inverness without reply in their last outing.