The SPFL action resumes this weekend after the international break, with a full card of matches over Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Here are a few things to look out for across the four divisions...
1 New managers in the top flight
Mark McGhee this week returned to Motherwell for his second spell in charge at Fir Park while Dundee United have appointed former player Mixu Paatelainen as Jackie McNamara's successor. McGhee’s first match is at home to Celtic on Saturday - live on BT Sport at 12 noon - while United begin their new era against Hearts at Tannadice on Sunday, live on Sky Sports at 12.15pm.
2 Can anyone stop Rangers?
Mark Warburton's side have already established a nine-point lead at the top of the Ladbrokes Championship - Raith Rovers are in second spot thanks to a perfect home record - and have won nine games out of nine so far. Queen of the South ended their poor run last weekend with a 1-0 victory in a rearranged game against Morton and will look to upset the odds at Ibrox.
3 Ayr and Pars look strong
Dunfermline were the pre-season favourites with the bookies to claim the Ladbrokes League 1 title - and they have caught the eye with some outstanding performances - but it's Ayr United who lead the way after the first quarter. Ian McCall's men are unbeaten since losing at Albion Rovers on the opening day and travel to third-placed Forfar on Saturday while the Pars head for Stranraer in a game that is live on BBC ALBA at 5.15pm.
4 Too close to call in Ladbrokes League 2
Most clubs in an incredibly tight division can still harbour realistic title hopes, with only three points separating leaders Annan Athletic and Berwick Rangers, who sit seventh. Clyde were the pre-season favourites with the bookmakers but East Fife and Elgin are among those who have been top this season. Annan are at home to third-placed Queen's Park in the game of the day.