There are four big games in the Ladbrokes Premiership on Wednesday night, with matches at Celtic Park, Rugby Park, Fir Park and McDiarmid Park.
Celtic (1st) v Partick Thistle (6th)
Brendan Rodgers' side sealed the title in style on Sunday with a 5-0 win at Tynecastle and remain unbeaten in domestic football this season. They face a Thistle side who are odds-on to finish in the top six for the first time since the split was introduced - Alan Archibald's men haven't lost in their last six matches and beat Ross County 2-1 at the weekend.
Kilmarnock (7th) v Rangers (3rd)
The Rugby Park clash is live on Sky Sports and Killie still harbour hopes of a top-six finish - they trail Partick Thistle by four points with three matches until the split but also have an inferior goal difference. Lee McCulloch's men drew 1-1 against Inverness CT in the Highlands on Saturday and it was the same score for Pedro Caixinha's men against Motherwell at Ibrox.
Motherwell (10th) v Hamilton Accies (11th)
There's a huge Lanarkshire derby at Fir Park as both clubs bid to pull away from the relegation zone. Well have a one-point advantage over their local rivals, who in turn are two clear of bottom club Inverness CT. Accies earned a crucial 1-0 win over St Johnstone at the weekend but Well won the last Fir Park meeting 4-2 in September thanks to four goals from Louis Moult.
St Johnstone (4th) v Hearts (5th)
Saints are two points ahead of Hearts in the race for fourth place and a potential Europa League berth. They have the upper hand against the Tynecastle club this season, knocking them out of the Betfred Cup and taking four points from a possible six in the Ladbrokes Premiership. Ian Cathro's men have won just one of their last eight matches while Tommy Wright's side won their two fixtures before losing at Hamilton.