THE curtain comes down on the Scottish Premier League season this weekend and St Mirren’s victory last week gives them hope of condemning Hamilton to the relegation play-off in their place.

The Buddies must pick up more points at bottom club Dundee (BT Sport 1, Saturday 12.30pm) than the Accies do at home to St Johnstone. St Mirren are 13/8 (Boylesports), Dundee 9/5 and a draw 12/5 (Bet365). Hamilton’s match is not live but they are 2/1 to beat their Perth opponents; Saints are 29/20 (Coral) and a draw 12/5 (Betway).

Celtic meet Hearts at Parkhead (Sunday, Sky Sports Football, 3pm) for what will be a dress rehearsal of the Scottish Cup final the following week. The Bhoys are 3/10, a draw 5/1 (Betfair Sportsbook) and the Jambos 10/1 (Boylesports).

Kilmarnock versus Rangers kicks off at the same time (BT Sport 2) and is far more significant; if Killie can equal or better Aberdeen’s result against Hibernian, the Ayrshire side will claim third place. Kilmarnock are 16/5, a draw 27/10 and Rangers 20/23 (Betfair Sportsbook).

The English FA Cup final at Wembley (BBC1, Saturday 5pm) is a David versus Goliath contest and Manchester City are overwhelming 1/6 favourites to lift the trophy, while Watford are 6/1. The match prices are City 2/9, a draw 6/1 and the Hornets 14/1; off a -2 handicap City are 15/8 (Spreadex), a tie 3/1 and Watford 5/4. Over 2.5 goals (90 minutes only) prices are 4/7 (Spreadex) while under is 8/5 (Betvictor).

The first goalscorer prices are as follows: Aguero 3/1, Jesus 4/1 (both Boylesports), Sterling 4/1, Sane 11/2 (Boylesports), Mahrez 13/2 (Boylesports), both David and Bernardo Silva 9/1 and De Bruyne 10/1. The four leading Watford players are Gray 15/1 (Unibet), Deeney 16/1, Deulofeu 20/1 and Pereyra 22/1.

The FA Cup is, of course, merely the aperitif for the main course on Saturday, as Eurovision hits our screens that evening (BBC1, 8pm). At the time of writing, the first semi-final has taken place and the leading fancies (from bookmakers that are taking each-way bets at either ¼ the first 4 or ⅕ the first 5) following the ten successful qualifiers are Netherlands 2/1, Sweden 5/1, Australia 8/1, Russia 9/1, France 10/1, Azerbaijan 12/1, Iceland (an interesting entry to put it mildly) 16/1, Italy 18/1 and Switzerland 25/1. The UK are 200/1 with Paddy Power and Ireland 250/1. Those countries at the top of the market are there on merit but Cyprus at 50/1 could exceed expectations and at odds against to reach a top 10 spot (6/4 with Ladbrokes) are worthy of a small wager.