Hibernian vs. Dundee Utd (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The visitors got back to winning ways at the weekend after two games without a victory, and they have the possibility of overtaking the Hibees with another three points in this fixture.
We say: Hibernian 1-1 Dundee United
Dundee United are notoriously difficult to score past this season, which could lead to frustrations for Hibernian, who are a confident attacking team.
Despite the fact they ran away with a comfortable win in the Scottish League Cup, things are unlikely to be that simple this time, which is why a draw could be likely between two squads close together in the division.
Motherwell vs. Celtic (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The hosts shall be attempting to bounce back from defeat in their most recent outing, while the visitors will have the chance to secure consecutive victories in the league.
We say: Motherwell 2-1 Celtic
Celtic might have won their most recent outing, but they are a club in very mixed form and because of that, this could prove to be a difficult fixture.
Motherwell are strong in all areas and have a lot of confidence at the moment, and they should have enough quality to bounce back from their recent loss and earn three points.
Rangers vs. Hearts (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The two top teams in the Scottish Premiership will go head to head this weekend as Rangers attempt to hand Hearts their first defeat of the season in the league when they welcome them to Ibrox Stadium.
However, with the visitors sitting just one point behind the Gers, Saturday's fixture will provide them with the opportunity to overtake them.
We say: Rangers 1-1 Hearts
This is going to be a very closely contested fixture between two of the most impressive teams within the league so far, with neither side wanting to drop points in this fixture.
Both Rangers and Hearts are defensively strong, while also boasting some of the best attackers in the division, but the importance of the game could lead to them playing out a draw.
Ross County vs. St Mirren (Saturday, 3.00pm)
However, they will face a stern test from the visitors, who are currently undefeated in their last five matches.
We say: Ross County 0-3 St Mirren
Ross County have struggled so far this season and, currently, it is hard to see where their first victory would come from due to how they have been playing.
St Mirren will be hoping it is not them, and considering the strong performances that they have been putting in as of late, they should be expecting another three points this weekend.
St Johnstone vs. Livingston (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The two sides locked horns on five occasions across all competitions in 2020-21, winning two games each before playing out a goalless draw in their most recent league meeting in May.
We say: St Johnstone 2-0 Livingston
Both St Johnstone and Livingston will be keen to turn their fortunes around and will head into Saturday's game believing that this fixture is a winnable game.
However, we feel that the hosts look more of a threat in the final third and that should give them the edge to claim all three points at McDiarmid Park.
Dundee vs. Aberdeen (Saturday, 6.00pm)
Two Scottish Premiership sides struggling at the wrong end of the table do battle at Dens Park on Saturday afternoon, when Dundee host Aberdeen.
Both sides have claimed just two points from a possible 18 available, conceding a combined 17 goals in the process.
We say: Dundee 0-1 Aberdeen
A closely-fought contest between two sides desperate to claim all three points is set to be played out at Dens Park this weekend.
Aberdeen have been well below par so far this campaign but they do have an exceptional record against Dundee and we expect that run to continue with a slender victory.