There are several big games across all four divisions this weekend – here are four to look out for as the top flight resumes after the international break:
Aberdeen v Celtic - Ladbrokes Premiership
It's the biggest game of the season so far as Aberdeen put their 100% record on the line against the reigning champions at a packed Pittodrie. Derek McInnes' men have won five out of five and have a game in hand against Hamilton Accies next Tuesday. Ronny Deila's side have a one-point lead at the summit and won all four meetings between the teams last season. Saturday's eagerly-awaited encounter is live on Sky Sports, kick-off 12.30pm.
St Mirren v Falkirk - Ladbrokes Championship
Saints made a slow start following relegation from the top flight but were impressive 2-0 winners away to Queen of the South on Saturday and boss Ian Murray will be hoping that sparks a push for the play-offs. Falkirk have won three on the trot since drawing at Morton on the opening day and are second in the table despite not playing at the weekend - their home game with Hibernian was postponed due to international call-ups for the visitors.
Dunfermline Athletic v Ayr United - Ladbrokes League 1
Allan Johnston's men moved to the top of the table with a 4-0 victory at Forfar on Saturday and have already scored 21 goals in five league games. Like the Pars, Ayr have lost just once this season - Ian McCall's men beat Stenhousemuir 5-2 in their last outing and are in third place, two points behind Dunfermline. It's early days but this still looks like a key fixture.
Clyde v Annan Athletic - Ladbrokes League 2
After five fixture rounds, only a single point separates title favourites Clyde in sixth place and Annan, who hit the summit after a 2-0 home win against East Fife on Saturday. Clyde were 1-0 winners at bottom club Arbroath at the weekend but will face a tough test at Galabank against Jim Chapman's side, who have played some excellent attacking football this season.