There’s a big midweek of football coming up in the Ladbrokes Premiership, with all to play for in the race for second place and the relegation battle.
Aberdeen v Rangers - Tuesday (Live on Sky Sports)
It's a huge game in the battle for second spot at Pittodrie this evening. The Dons go into it on the back of a 0-0 draw against Hibernian while Rangers were 1-0 winners over Kilmarnock. Aberdeen are a point ahead of the Ibrox side but have lost all three meetings with the Light Blues this season.
Hamilton Accies v St Johnstone - Tuesday
It's football for a fiver at New Douglas Park in what is a crucial game for Martin Canning's men. Hamilton are three points above the relegation zone but have lost seven of their last eight matches. Saints make a quick return to Lanarkshire, having thumped Motherwell 5-1 at Fir Park on Saturday.
Partick Thistle v Motherwell - Tuesday
As things stand, Thistle would face Livingston or Dundee United in the Premiership play-off final. They are three points behind Hamilton but two ahead of Ross County, who they drew 1-1 with at The Energy Check Stadium at Firhill on Friday. The Jags are unbeaten in three but have won just once since January while Well's last two away games both ended 0-0.
Ross County v Dundee - Tuesday
Dundee are all but safe after a 1-0 home win against Hamilton on Saturday although Neil McCann's men require a point to be certain of playing in the top flight again next season. County could be relegated this evening if results go against them but they have lost just one of their last five games, winning one and drawing three.
Celtic v Kilmarnock - Wednesday
Celtic finish the season with a home double header and will receive the trophy after Sunday's game against Aberdeen. Brendan Rodgers’ side saw off Hearts 3-1 at Tynecastle on Sunday while Killie have lost their three post-split games so far. Steve Clarke's men came out on top when the teams last met, 1-0 at Rugby Park in early February.
Heart of Midlothian v Hibernian - Wednesday (Live on BT Sport)
Hibernian are fourth in the table, three points behind second-placed Aberdeen, after a 12-match unbeaten run. Hearts suffered their first defeat at the revamped Tynecastle on Sunday when they were beaten by Celtic. Hibs have taken seven points out of nine in the Edinburgh derby this season but Hearts came out on top in the Scottish Cup.