Dundee Utd vs. Aberdeen (Saturday, 3.00pm)
While the game might not have the intensity of historical clashes between the clubs back in their glory days of the 1980s, there is still plenty riding on Saturday's encounter.
We say: Dundee United 1-0 Aberdeen
Dundee United look in much better shape currently than Aberdeen, who seem dispirited and a little purposeless in the wake of McInnes's departure.
The home side should therefore enjoy a narrow victory this weekend, beating their old rivals 1-0.
Hamilton vs. St Mirren (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The home side desperately need three points as they battle to stay in the top flight, as they are now just a point ahead of bottom-placed Kilmarnock.
We say: Hamilton Academical 0-1 St Mirren
St Mirren stand on the brink of a genuinely impressive achievement for the club, and that motivation should take them to victory.
It could be close, though, especially with the Accies battling for survival, but recent history suggests the Saints will come out on top.
Kilmarnock vs. Motherwell (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The visitors have eased their own relegation worries in recent weeks and now look to be safe from the drop.
We say: Kilmarnock 0-1 Motherwell
Kilmarnock's lack of cutting edge in front of goal means that Motherwell's resilient defence should be able to keep a clean sheet this weekend.
That might well be enough to secure them a narrow victory, with a 1-0 scoreline looking likely.
Livingston vs. Hibernian (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Hibs can probably afford to relax a little, with Aberdeen's poor form helping them to look comfortable in third place in the table.
We say: Livingston 1-1 Hibernian
Both teams can probably afford to relax somewhat this weekend given their league positions, so this game might lack a little intensity.
A draw looks a likely result, and that outcome will not change very much at the top of the league table.
St Johnstone vs. Ross County (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Both teams head into this clash after facing Hibernian in their last league fixture, with the hosts narrowly beating the Edinburgh outfit and the Staggies coming up short on home soil against Jack Ross's men.
We say: St Johnstone 1-1 Ross County
Seven of the last nine Scottish Premiership meetings between St Johnstone and Ross County have ended as a draw, with both sides also winning once each in this run. With little to separate the two teams, we can see another score draw being played out at McDiarmid Park on Saturday.