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don two THREE; Aberdeen on course to finish second .. and lift both cups.

Byline: MR FIXIT Paul Jain

RANGERS have been talking up a possible treble - and they're not the only side eyeing three prizes. Aberdeen are favourites for the Scottish Cup, expected to lift the League Cup and tipped to win the Premiership without Celtic.

The "treble" pays 10-1 at McBookie while Rangers are 7-2 with Hills to finish the season with the Scottish, Ramsdens Cup and League One trophy in their cabinet.

And we can't forget League Cup finalists Inverness who are 90-1 to achieve the same treble as Aberdeen.

Celtic have the Premier League in the bag and their only incentive is to go through the season unbeaten and they are 11-4 with McBookie to make it - Rangers are 1-1 not to lose in League One.

Celtic and Gers to stay unbeaten is 13-5 at Hills.

Aberdeen, 9-2 at Hills to win both cups, resume the fight for second today one point clear of Motherwell.

The Dons head for Paisley and should beat a St Mirren side who have lost their last three and crashed out of the Cup tamely to Dundee Utd.

Aberdeen have won one in seven visits to Paisley but triumphed in eight of their last 10 on the road according to the Oddschecker app.

I like Aberdeen at a 3-4 with McBookie and Hills and what about Adam Rooney to score as he has done so in two of his three appearances. He is 7-4 at Betfred.

The Dons start my top treble and are joined by New Firm rivals Dundee United.

Jackie McNamara's side ended a lean run with a first win in eight against St Mirren to reach the Scottish Cup quarterfinals and could again become a force.

Today's opponents Killie suffered twice last year - a 5-2 cup crushing at Tannadice and 4-1 league defeat at Rugby Park in December.

United also won 1-0 in October and are 8-11 with William Hill to beat Killie for a fourth time.

It's not the top treble is an all-Scots top flight one but I can't resist Motherwell at home to Partick Thistle.

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They were unlucky not to beat Aberdeen last time out and tackle a Thistle side thumped 5-1 when they met at Firhill just after Christmas.

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Date:Feb 15, 2014
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