The final round of Scottish Premiership fixtures gets underway soon and there should be plenty of action with five games kicking off at 3 pm.
With St Johnstone and Celtic currently in action in the lunchtime game, Dundee and Ross County will both be hoping to pick up points and increase their lead over the league’s bottom side.
With clubs struggling due to Covid, there’s likely to be a few unfamiliar faces for fans this afternoon as clubs stumble over the line to a three-week break.
There could be lots of movement in the Scottish Premiership table come 5pm though as we get into the second half of the season.
Hibs boss Shaun Maloney will be looking to extend his winning start at Easter Road when the Hibees take on Dundee United while Dundee have been forced to register assistant manager Dave Mackay after being left with only 14 players going into their game with Aberdeen – with 17-year-old goalkeeper Harry Sharp named as an outfield player on the bench.
Ross County will be hoping to continue their recent revival when they head to Edinburgh to face Hearts as Malky Mackay’s side start climbing the table and, slightly, easing their relegation worries.
At Ibrox, St Mirren travel to face Rangers with the Buddies having a few faces back in the side after the 0-0 draw with Celtic in midweek.
In Motherwell, Liam Kelly will come up against his old side after being praised by Livi boss David Martindale this week, with the Fir Park side in good form of late and looking to close the gap on third place in the Scottish Premiership.
Here’s how the teams line up in this afternoon’s five remaining Scottish Premiership fixtures:
Aberdeen v Dundee
Dundee United v Hibs
Hearts v Ross County
Motherwell v Livingston
Rangers v St Mirren
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