League football returns to the SPFL this weekend after a break for the internationals and IRN-BRU Cup round three – here are four games to look out for.
Celtic v Rangers - Ladbrokes Premiership
It's first against second in the Ladbrokes Premiership as the Glasgow rivals meet at Parkhead on Saturday, live on Sky Sports at 12 noon. Rangers prevailed on penalties in last season's Scottish Cup semi-final and Mark Warburton's men are unbeaten on their return to the top flight, with two wins and two draws. Brendan Rodgers' side have won three out of three and begin their Champions League campaign against Barcelona in midweek.
Dumbarton v Hibernian - Ladbrokes Championship
Hibs have made a fast start under Neil Lennon, with four league wins out of four, and are two points clear of Raith Rovers and Queen of the South but they were beaten twice at the Cheaper Insurance Direct Stadium last season. Dumbarton have already shocked Dundee United and Stephen Aitken's side will be aiming to upset the odds again.
Alloa Athletic v Livingston - Ladbrokes League 1
Alloa's record-breaking start to the season has seen them win 10 games out of 10 across three competitions and they hold a two-point lead over Brechin City in League 1. Livingston have also made a good start following relegation from the Championship and victory at the Indodrill Stadium would see them move level on points with the Wasps.
Annan Athletic v Forfar Athletic - Ladbrokes League 2
Forfar's 100% record has seen them open up a four-point cushion at the summit of League 2 but they will be tested at Galabank, where Jim Chapman's men have notched up 3-2 victories against both Stirling Albion and Clyde this season and are one of three teams on seven points, one behind second-placed Arbroath.