Fresh off breaking into 'Merse code' during an impromptu Arsenal Fan TV debut on Thursday night, Paul Merson was catapulted into equally unfamiliar surroundings today as he was tasked with predicting a couple of games from the Scottish Premiership.
The former Arsenal midfielder and Sky Sports pundit joined Rob Wotton at one of Sky's inconceivable number of pointless screens, immediately sticking his neck out in predicting Celtic would see off St. Johnstone.
Next up, however, it Kilmarnock versus Dundee at Rugby Park - a game which would at one point be stopped as an assistant referee puked on the sideline.
Merson opted for a 2-2 draw, his reasons being extremely straightforward:
No, I've gone draw here. I've gone 2-2......really, being honest, 'cause I haven't got a clue, so I just went 2-2.
Incredibly, Sky Sports also used Dundee United's crest instead of that of Dundee. Wotton then reminded *viewers* that they can do research at home if they're entering Sky Sports' Super 6.
— Kieran Caw (@Kieran_Celtic) May 6, 2017