Kilmarnock vs. Motherwell (Wednesday, 6.00pm)
Meanwhile, Motherwell, who won their previous visit to Rugby Park last season, could move five points clear of the bottom two with a victory.
We say: Kilmarnock 1-1 Motherwell
Both sides are hovering precariously above the relegation zone and know that a few more defeats could see them slip into the bottom two. With little to separate the two sides, we could see a draw played out on Wednesday evening.
Livingston vs. Hamilton (Wednesday, 6.00pm)
Meanwhile, the Accies could move off the bottom of the table if they were to claim their second victory of the season at the Toni Macaroni Arena.
We say: Livingston 2-2 Hamilton Academical
Both sides will be looking to claim all three points and move closer to their contrasting end of season targets.
A European spot is in sight for Livingston but they must get back to winning ways quickly if they are to sneak in front of Aberdeen, while a win for Hamilton could bring as many as six teams into a relegation battle at the bottom.
Even though both sides will have confidence heading into Wednesday's fixture, a score draw could be on the cards.
St Mirren vs. Celtic (Wednesday, 8.00pm)
Meanwhile, the Hoops are looking to secure their third successive league victory and their eighth away from home this campaign.
We say: St Mirren 2-2 Celtic
St Mirren are unlikely to have much possession on Wednesday night, but if they can be as clinical in front of goal as they were at Celtic Park then they have every chance of causing another upset.
Despite winning three of their last four games, Celtic's opponents in those victories have been three of the league's bottom four sides. The Hoops struggled just over a week ago against the Saints and may find it difficult once again to claim three points in Paisley.