League football returns to the SPFL this weekend following the international break, starting with Hamilton Accies v Celtic on Friday night.
That match between Martin Canning's men and Brendan Rodgers' side at the SuperSeal Stadium is live on BT Sport, kick-off 7.45pm.
Ladbrokes Premiership leaders Aberdeen will be backed by a big travelling support for their game against Hearts at Murrayfield, as Craig Levein begins his second spell in charge of the Tynecastle club.
St Johnstone have made a terrific start to the season, with 10 points from 12, and welcome Hibernian to McDiarmid Park while Rangers are up against Dundee at Ibrox.
Motherwell take on Kilmarnock at Fir Park and Ross County are at home to a Partick Thistle team looking for their first point.
Dunfermline Athletic have a one-point lead in the Ladbrokes Championship as they prepare to face Morton at Cappielow.
Stephen Dobbie has been in fine early-season form for second-placed Queen of the South, who are away to Livingston and St Mirren, in third, host Inverness Caley Thistle.
Dundee United, who are the third team on nine points, face Dumbarton at Tannadice while Brechin City and Falkirk meet at Glebe Park, with both clubs seeking their first win.
The top two in Ladbrokes League 1 meet at Stark's Park as unbeaten Raith Rovers play an Ayr United side just a point behind them.
Promoted Arbroath are in third spot as they prepare to welcome Albion Rovers to Gayfield and fourth-placed Airdrieonians travel to Stranraer.
East Fife are at home to bottom club Queen's Park and Alloa Athletic and Forfar Athletic clash at the Indodrill Stadium.
Stirling Albion are two points clear at the top of Ladbrokes League 2 with a 100% record after four games.
The Binos take on Clyde at Forthbank this weekend while second-placed Montrose are away to title favourites Peterhead.
Elgin City are on a good run after a slow start and play Annan Athletic at Borough Briggs while Stenhousemuir face Cowdenbeath at Ochilview and bottom club Edinburgh City host Berwick Rangers.