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IT will be interesting to see how Aberdeen react today after two crushing Pittodrie defeats against the Old Firm in the last week.

While the Dons deserved nothing from an ultra-defensive display against Celtic, they were well worth their 2-1 lead over Rangers heading into stoppage time.

But Scott Arfield’s incredible late double left them devastated and Jim Goodwin will have his work cut out lifting the players for today’s trip to St Mirren.

The Buddies have yet to return from hibernation after their last two fixtures fell victim to the weather and that may help Aberdeen’s cause.

McBookie price the Dons at 6/4 and that might be worth a punt while over 2.5 goals also appeals at 11/10.

Celtic made it 10 league wins in a row by beating Livingston in midweek but they haven’t been blowing teams away.

There has been a one-goal winning margin in their last four and St Johnstone could make it tough again at Parkhead today.

I’d expect the Saints to sit deep so the corner markets look like the best option for punters.

Ange Postecoglou’s men racked up 10 against Livi, with most coming in the first half.

That makes over five first-half corners a good option here at 5/4 (Bet365) while Celtic -7 in the handicap pays 11/10 with the same firm.

Hearts impressed in last week’s win over Killie and look decent value at 13/10 (McBookie) for a win at Dundee United.

Robbie Neilson’s men have been great entertainers, with BTTS and over 2.5 goals landing in six of their last eight.

Hibs bid to end their dismal run at home to Livingston and I like the look of BTTS at evens (Coral) as Lee Johnson’s men have conceded in their last eight.

  • Super singles: Over five first-half corners at Celtic Park (5/4, Bet365), Hearts to win (13/10, McBookie)
  • McBookie bet builder: Combining BTTS with over 2.5 goals at Hibs pays 153/100.

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