Ray McKinnon’s Raith Rovers topped the Ladbrokes Championship table after week one and face Falkirk this weekend.
Falkirk (5th) v Raith Rovers (1st)
Raith Rovers lead the early table after beating Livingston 3-0 last week.
Last season's meetings at the Falkirk Stadium saw 1-0 wins for both teams.
Falkirk opened up with a 1-1 draw away to newly-promoted Morton.
Falkirk drew more games than anyone else in the Championship last season.
Hibernian (7th) v Morton (6th)
Morton won 4-3 when the sides last met - a League Cup tie at Easter Road in August 2008.
The teams last met on league business in 1998/99 when Hibs won all four games.
Peter MacDonald scored Morton's first Championship goal in the 1-1 draw v Falkirk.
Hibernian suffered a surprise 2-1 defeat at Dumbarton in their opening fixture.
Livingston (10th) v Queen of South (2nd)
Livingston lost just one of the six league and cup meetings last season.
The most recent meeting ended 1-0 for Livingston at Almondvale in May.
Queen of the South won their Championship opener 3-1 at home to Alloa.
Livingston suffered a 3-0 defeat at Raith Rovers on the opening day.
St Mirren (9th) v Dumbarton (4th)
St Mirren boss Ian Murray takes charge against his former club.
New Sons manager Stevie Aitken guided his team to a 2-1 win over Hibs last week.
Saints went down 3-1 at Ibrox in their first game in the Ladbrokes Championship.
St Mirren won 7-0 when the teams last met - a League Cup tie in August 2008.
This is the first league meeting between the teams since season 1995/96.
Alloa Athletic (8th) v Rangers (3rd)
Sunday's game at the Indodrill Stadium is live on BT Sport, kick-off 12.30pm.
Alloa retained their Championship status by beating Forfar in the play-off final.
The last meeting between the teams was a 2-2 draw at Ibrox in March.
Rangers won 1-0 at Alloa in January but lost there in the Petrofac Training Cup.