St Johnstone vs. Celtic (Sunday, 12.30pm)
The hosts are at the foot of the table right now and four points adrift of safety, placing an increasing amount of pressure on them as the season progresses and games run out.
We say: St Johnstone 0-2 Celtic
Even with all of Celtic's injury issues, they should still have enough quality for them to win this match, especially with the attacking quality the team have.
They have dominated the league throughout this season and given St Johnstone's struggles, anything other than a victory for the Hoops would be a shock.
Dundee Utd vs. Hibernian (Sunday, 3.00pm)
The festive round of fixtures on Sunday will be the final matchday ahead of a rescheduled winter break, with this particular encounter pitting two sides on differing runs of form heading into it against one another.
We say: Dundee United 0-1 Hibernian
On paper this encounter appears as though it could be a tight clash between two sides who score and concede very few goals at both ends of the pitch.
As a result of the lift in confidence at Hibs following their win in midweek, we are predicting a narrow victory for them at Dundee United on Sunday.
Rangers vs. St Mirren (Sunday, 3.00pm)
With the season set to be prematurely paused for the mid-season break, the relentless reigning champions will take on opponents who defied the odds to hold their Glasgow rivals to a draw on Wednesday.
We say: Rangers 3-0 St Mirren
Another clean sheet and three points double looks to be on the cards for Rangers in their final match of the 2021 calendar, as their opponents are still reeling from the disruption of a viral outbreak and can only withstand so much pressure before cracking.
Saints may have hung on bravely against Celtic, but doing so again at Ibrox - albeit a quietened version - is another matter. Their long winless run will roll on.
Motherwell vs. Livingston (Sunday, 3.00pm)
New restrictions also mean that only 500 fans will be in attendance to witness the clash between fourth and eighth in the table.
We say: Motherwell 1-0 Livingston
With neither side one for scoring many goals so far this season, it would be expected that this is another tight clash with little entertainment in front of goal on Sunday.
However, we are predicting Motherwell to edge out their visitors to continue their strong start to the campaign, and extend their impressive run of form at home as well in the process.
Aberdeen vs. Dundee (Sunday, 3.00pm)
Dundee will be attempting to get themselves out of the relegation zone on Boxing Day when they travel to face Aberdeen, who were defeated in their last outing.
The Dark Blues head into the game on a four-match losing streak, while the Dons could climb into the top half of the table with a victory.
We say: Aberdeen 2-0 Dundee
There is more for Dundee to fight for in this particular match, which should lead to them putting in a great effort as they attempt to get out of the relegation zone.
However, their recent poor form and defensive weaknesses will likely make Aberdeen the favourites, and they should have enough to secure a victory.
Hearts vs. Ross County (Sunday, 3.00pm)
The Staggies are sat just above the relegation zone right now, and a defeat could see them drop into the bottom two, adding further pressure to this fixture.
We say: Hearts 1-1 Ross County
Despite the major differences between them in the league table, this will not be a routine game for Hearts due to the impressive form that Ross County are enjoying.
With the Staggies hoping to keep themselves out of the relegation zone, the squad are sure to put up a fight in this one, which could lead to the points being shared.