Dundee Utd vs. Ross County (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Ross County will continue to search for their maiden victory in the Scottish Premiership this season on Saturday when they travel to Tannadice Park.
We say: Dundee United 1-0 Ross County
Dundee United have struggled for goals this season, which could give the visitors some positives heading into this game, but the form of the hosts has been impressive.
It is likely going to be another positive result for the Terrors on Saturday, with the Staggies simply struggling to get their campaign going at the moment.
Hearts vs. Motherwell (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Hearts will be looking to keep their undefeated start to the season going this Saturday, in a game that has the potential to see both teams go top of the Scottish Premiership.
Motherwell sit just one point behind them and they will travel to Tynecastle Park aiming to continue their five-match unbeaten streak, with both squads high on confidence.
We say: Hearts 2-2 Motherwell
Two of the best attacking teams in the league who are in fantastic form, colliding in a crucial league game is bound to lead to goals taking place on Saturday.
However, considering how strong both squads have proven to be, this match could see them end up sharing the points in what will likely be a very close encounter.
Livingston vs. St Mirren (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Both clubs have had a difficult start to the campaign, having only won one game each, but the visitors are currently unbeaten in their previous four matches.
We say: Livingston 0-2 St Mirren
Livingston have struggled for goals this season, and that is something that is likely to cause them problems again this weekend.
The visitors are in terrific form at the moment, and coming off their first win in the league, it is likely that St Mirren should have enough firepower to make it consecutive wins.
St Johnstone vs. Dundee (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Dundee are still looking for their first victory of the Scottish Premiership this season, and they are currently stuck at the foot of the table.
The Dark Blues will have a chance to lift off the bottom this Saturday when they travel to McDiarmid Park to face St Johnstone, who recently knocked them out of the Scottish League Cup.
We say: St Johnstone 2-1 Dundee
Neither team is in prolific form at the moment, with each club struggling for victories on a consistent basis, particularly in the league, which makes this an important match for both.
However, with St Johnstone having only just beaten the Dark Blues, there is a chance that they should be able to repeat that here, as they do have the stronger attacking options.