There's another exciting weekend of football in store across the SPFL this weekend - here are four games to look out for.
Aberdeen v Rangers - Ladbrokes Premiership
The sides haven't met since a 1-1 draw at Ibrox in January 2012, when Maurice Edu equalised for Rangers shortly after Kari Arnason had given Aberdeen the lead. Sunday's game at Pittodrie is live on Sky Sports, kick-off 1.00pm, and the teams go into it level on nine points after six matches. Rangers were held 0-0 by Ross County at the weekend but thrashed Queen of the South 5-0 in the Betfred Cup on Tuesday. The Dons won 3-1 at Dundee on Sunday and face St Johnstone in the Betfred Cup tonight.
Queen of the South v Hibernian - Ladbrokes Championship
There's a huge game at Palmerston, where leaders Queen of the South entertain second-placed Hibernian on Saturday. Gavin Skelton's side have reeled off five straight league wins since drawing at Dundee United on the opening day while title favourites Hibs saw their perfect start ended by Ayr United, who won 2-1 at Easter Road on Saturday. Hibernian won three of the four Championship games between the teams last season but the Dumfries club knocked them out of the Betfred Cup in August.
Airdrieonians v Albion Rovers - Ladbrokes League 1
It's derby day at the Excelsior Stadium on Saturday as Airdrie look to break into the top four against a Rovers side who sit third from bottom but will move level on points with their rivals should they win. Airdrie held the upper hand in this fixture last season, winning twice away from home but both meetings at the Excelsior Stadium finished 1-1. The Diamonds drew 1-1 with East Fife on Saturday while Albion Rovers lost 3-2 at Stranraer.
Clyde v Forfar - Ladbrokes League 2
Can Clyde halt Forfar's winning run? Gary Bollan takes his side to Broadwood on the back of six league victories in a row, the most recent of which was 4-1 at home to Stirling Albion. The Loons have a five-point lead over Clyde at the top of the table but Barry Ferguson's men, who had a good 2-0 win at Elgin last weekend, will be hoping to reduce that to two points come Saturday at 4.45pm.