St Mirren vs. Aberdeen (Sunday, 12.00pm)
Neither team is in terrific form, with the hosts just a point above the relegation zone while the Dons are without a victory in their last seven games.
We say: St Mirren 1-1 Aberdeen
Both Aberdeen and St Mirren are in need of a victory this weekend, with the hosts wanting to kickstart their season and the Dons hoping to get back on track.
However, with neither team being known for scoring goals and a lack of momentum behind each of them, this could end up being quite a tense draw.
Celtic vs. Dundee Utd (Sunday, 3.00pm)
Both teams are fresh from competing in the Scottish League Cup quarter-final, having opposite experiences midweek, with the Hoops progressing to the final four while the Tangerines were knocked out.
We say: Celtic 3-1 Dundee United
This fixture sees one of the best defensive teams come up against the strongest attacking outfit in what will likely prove to be a real tactical battle.
While Dundee United have started the season stronger, this game could go to Celtic, simply because of how ruthless they are at scoring, which is an area that the visitors have struggled with.
Hibernian vs. St Johnstone (Sunday, 3.00pm)
The hosts are currently second in the table, just one point behind Rangers, while the Saints are only three ahead of the relegation zone.
We say: Hibernian 2-1 St Johnstone
Both teams will be riding the momentum of their cup successes, but when it comes to the strength and quality of their squads, it is Hibernian who have the advantage.
Having been undefeated so far this season, the Hibbies are going to be very difficult to defeat on Sunday, with their defensive structure and attacking qualities likely being too much in this game.