The Ladbrokes Premiership resumes this weekend as part of a full card of SPFL action – here are four games to look out for:
Hamilton Accies v Aberdeen - Ladbrokes Premiership
Accies were written off by many at the start of the season but Martin Canning's team return to action after the international break in sixth place in the table. Hamilton are aiming to bounce back from a couple of recent defeats while Aberdeen ended a poor run of results with a 2-0 win over Dundee United last time out. The game is live on BT Sport on Sunday, kick-off 12.30pm.
St Mirren v Morton - Ladbrokes Championship
The Renfrewshire derby is live on BBC ALBA on Friday night - the sides meet for the second time this season after an entertaining but goalless 90 minutes at Cappielow in August. St Mirren are yet to win at home this term, picking up only two points out of 21, while Morton are into the top four after a four-match winning run.
Ayr United v Airdrieonians - Ladbrokes League 1
Ayr's unbeaten league run now stands at 13 games - only four short of the club record of 17 that was set in 1958/59. Ian McCall's side were not at their best, by his own admission, at the weekend but the 1-0 home win over Albion Rovers keeps them a point ahead of Dunfermline. Airdrie head for Somerset Park sitting in third place, having lost 2-0 to the Pars on Saturday.
Annan Athletic v Arbroath - Ladbrokes League 2
Only three points separate second-placed East Fife and Montrose, in seventh, in an incredibly tight division but Annan have established a five-point lead at the summit after beating Berwick 1-0 last weekend. They have yet to lose at Galabank this season and face an Arbroath team who were beaten 3-1 by an improving Stirling Albion on Saturday.