Victories for Dundee United at home to Hibernian and Partick Thistle at Kilmarnock, plus an Aberdeen defeat, will condemn the Pittodrie club to the first-ever relegation in their history. "I feel it will go to the last game - but only if we start getting victories," Aitken said.
At Brockville, Falkirk entertain Celtic in the quest for a Uefa Cup place. The Bairns are one point behind Motherwell, and Celtic must hope that Paul McStay, Pierre Van Hooijdonk and Tosh McKinlay are able to return after missing the 1-0 defeat by Hearts 10 days ago.
Partick Thistle have suspension worries as Wayne Foster completes a three- match ban while Gregg Watson and Rod McDonald are out for one match.
At Ibrox, Rangers entertain a Motherwell side still leading the chase for second place. But the home fans will not see the championship trophy presented - that will happen on 13 May, the last day of the season.Reuse content