Aberdeen vs. Hearts (Saturday, 3.00pm)
The visitors remain the only undefeated team in the Scottish Premiership, but after drawing for a third consecutive fixture on Wednesday night, the club will be keen to get back to winning ways.
We say: Aberdeen 1-1 Hearts
Both teams head into this game on the back of a draw and that could be a likely outcome for this particular fixture as each club has lacked the ruthless edge to kill a game as of late.
Aberdeen do have confidence at the moment, but that is going to be met by the undefeated Hearts who are difficult to break down, which is why they might share the spoils.
Celtic vs. Livingston (Saturday, 3.00pm)
However, the Hoops are closing in on Rangers and could potentially finish the weekend as league leaders if they can extend their current winning run to six matches.
We say: Celtic 2-1 Livingston
Even though Livingston are in strong form and already have a win against the Hoops to their name, this particular fixture is likely going to be a tough one.
Celtic have hit a purple patch as of late and their attacking qualities will likely prove to be too much on Saturday as they continue to push Rangers at the top of the league.
Dundee Utd vs. St Johnstone (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Two teams at opposite ends of the Scottish Premiership table will compete on Saturday as St Johnstone travel to Tannadice Park as they attempt to stay above the relegation zone.
Meanwhile, Dundee United have the opportunity to potentially go level on points with Rangers at the weekend as the Tangerines continue to stay in the title race.
We say: Dundee United 2-0 St Johnstone
Dundee United have been performing well in recent weeks and that confidence is likely going to be on full display on Saturday in front of their fans.
With the potential to climb the league table, the Tangerines should walk away with three points against a team that have struggled so far this season.
Ross County vs. Hibernian (Saturday, 3.00pm)
After winning their first game of the season in midweek, Ross County will be attempting to continue their momentum on Saturday as they attempt to lift off the foot of the table.
Hibernian will travel to face the Staggies as they attempt to get their season back on track after suffering four defeats in a row.
We say: Ross County 2-1 Hibernian
Neither team is in brilliant form overall, but considering Ross County are coming into this fixture having just won their first game of the season, there will no doubt be plenty of confidence for the squad.
That is something that will likely be seen on Saturday, which is why they could end up taking all three points and making the most of Hibernian's poor run.
St Mirren vs. Dundee (Saturday, 3.00pm)
Newly-promoted Dundee will be hoping to bounce back from their midweek five-goal thrashing with a victory on Saturday afternoon when they travel to Paisley to face St Mirren in the Scottish Premiership.
The hosts, meanwhile, are seeking their fourth league win of the campaign which could see them finish gameweek 12 as high as fifth place in the table.
We say: St Mirren 3-1 Dundee
Seven of the last eight meetings between these two sides have seen both teams score, including each of the last five, so goals are to be expected on Saturday.
St Mirren head into this encounter in slightly better form and we expect the hosts to come out on top in Paisley.