Celtic vs. Livingston (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The Hoops have drawn their last two league matches, while the Lions have failed to win any of their last three away games, conceding seven goals in the process.
We say: Celtic 2-0 Livingston
Even though Celtic's title charge is over and there are no relegations fears for Livingston, both sides will still be looking to finish this campaign strongly and put in a good performance on Saturday.
The Lions have frustrated the Hoops in their last two meetings, but we can see the hosts securing all three points in Glasgow.
St Johnstone vs. Aberdeen (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Meanwhile, the Dons have been beaten in each of their previous four away league outings, including a 1-0 loss to Dundee United on March 20.
We say: St Johnstone 1-1 Aberdeen
St Johnstone seem to be in much better shape than Aberdeen, but the appointment of Glass should provide a much-needed boost for the visitors that could have an instant impact this weekend.
The Dons have shared the points in six away games so far this season – only Dundee United have drawn more – and we feel that they may claim another point on the road this Saturday.
Hamilton vs. Dundee Utd (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Basement club Hamilton Academical will host Dundee United in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday afternoon looking to win on home soil for the first time since January 2.
Meanwhile, the visitors have only lost one of their last six league games and are looking to keep three consecutive clean sheets in the top flight for the first time since August 2012.
We say: Hamilton Academical 1-1 Dundee United
Hamilton will feel that this game against Dundee United is a great opportunity to secure a much-needed victory this weekend.
However, the Accies have failed to win all of their three contests with the Tangerines this season – drawing two of those at home – and they may have to settle for another point at the Fountain of Youth Stadium.
Kilmarnock vs. Ross County (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Killie are aiming to claim back-to-back league victories for the first time since October, while the Staggies are looking to pick up successive top-flight victories over the hosts within the same season for the first time since the 2015-16 campaign.
We say: Kilmarnock 2-1 Ross County
Both Kilmarnock and Ross County are in desperate need of three points, and the two teams will fancy their chances of securing a positive result on Saturday.
Killie's last two results will have given them a confidence boost as they head down the home straight, and we feel that the hosts may take advantage of the away side's poor away form with a narrow victory at Rugby Park.
Motherwell vs. St Mirren (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Meanwhile, the Saints have shared the points in five of their last seven league games, including a goalless draw in their last meeting against the Steelmen in February.
We say: Motherwell 1-1 St Mirren
St Mirren beat Motherwell 1-0 at Fir Park earlier this season, and they will be looking to replicate that result once again, although the hosts will fancy their chances of claiming another victory on home soil.
All three encounters between the two sides this season have been tight with the last two ending as draws and with little to separate both clubs, we can see another draw played out this weekend.