Aberdeen vs. Hibernian (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The Dons are sitting just above the relegation zone, and need every point that they get can get in order to maintain their status in the top flight.
We say: Aberdeen 0-2 Hibernian
Aberdeen need some points soon in order to help aid their fight against relegation, with the club doing everything they can to not be dropped down a division.
However, Hibernian are playing with confidence right now, and that is something that could push into this match in a bid to help them get another victor here.
Celtic vs. Ross County (Saturday, 3.00pm)
However, the visitors shall provide stern competition for the Hoops, heading into the game on the back of three victories in a row.
We say: Celtic 2-0 Ross County
Celtic have been dominant throughout the entire season, especially at home, and even though the visitors are playing well at the moment, it will be a tall task for them.
The Hoops are just three games away from potentially being crowned champions, and they will be keen for this to not be the match that sees them slip up.
Hearts vs. Livingston (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The visitors are also in good form, going five league games without a loss, until their most recent outing, as the Lions continue to fight to secure a place in the top four.
We say: Hearts 2-1 Livingston
Both teams are heading into this game in good form, and that is something that should lead to a close encounter between them as each club hopes to create a strong finish.
However, Hearts having the home advantage should see them secure victory.
St Johnstone vs. Motherwell (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The Steelmen have no chance of dropping out from the top flight, but the club still have a lot to fight for, potentially being able to finish as high as fourth place.
We say: St Johnstone 2-1 Motherwell
While Motherwell likely head into this match as favourites due to their league positioning, there is a lot of pressure on St Johnstone right now due to the relegation battle.
The fact that there is so much on the line for them means that they could end up pulling off an upset, as the squad have got a lot to fight for, which can often be a great motivator.
St Mirren vs. Dundee Utd (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The Saints have lost only one of their last nine games on home soil in all tournaments, while the Tangerines have failed to win any of their last 10 on the road.
We say: St Mirren 1-1 Dundee United
Both sides will view this fixture as a winnable game and will be keen to claim maximum points as they bid to climb closer towards the top four.
However, with little to separates these two teams, a score draw could be on the cards in Paisley.