McGhee far from confident
Mark McGhee remains unsure over the prospects of Aberdeen making the top-six but insists they will be going all out to achieve it.
The Dons earned their first win since late January with a 2-1 home win over St Mirren last Saturday but are currently in eighth place, six points behind Hearts although they do have a game in hand.
McGhee's men face Kilmarnock, St Johnstone and Rangers in the three games before the split but still need other sides to drop points to make the top six.
And the former Wolves boss is far from confident about his side completing the job.
"We've done nothing this season to suggest we can win four games in a row," said McGhee.
"It's not all in our hands, but we'll try and that's all we can do.
"I wouldn't even begin to predict if we can do it.
"The St Johnstone game may give us the opportunity to get above them.
"But we'll have to look at results elsewhere as well. And, although Saints beat Rangers the other night, I wouldn't expect us to have that kind of game at Ibrox."