There’s a big weekend of football ahead across the four divisions of the SPFL – here are a few matches to look out for.
St Johnstone v Celtic - Ladbrokes Premiership (BT Sport, 12.15pm)
Saints are joint top of the Premiership table, behind Rangers on goals scored, after following up their 0-0 draw against Aberdeen with a 2-1 victory at Motherwell. Celtic beat Hearts 2-1 at Tynecastle on the opening weekend while last week's home match with Partick Thistle was postponed due to their involvement in the International Champions Cup. Tommy Wright's men defeated Celtic 2-1 when the teams last met at McDiarmid Park in May.
Raith Rovers v Dunfermline Athletic - Ladbrokes Championship
It's derby day at Stark's Park on Saturday. It finished 1-1 in the last Kirkcaldy clash in March 2013 when Andy Geggan cancelled out a goal from Greig Spence. Rovers top the Championship table after wins over Ayr United and St Mirren while the Pars lost 2-1 to Hibs at Easter Road after beating Dumbarton 4-3 on the opening day.
Alloa Athletic v East Fife - Ladbrokes League 1
Alloa have a 100% record in all competitions and have scored nine goals in their two League 1 games so far. East Fife were unlucky not to progress in the Betfred Cup and have made a good start to life in a higher division, drawing with Albion Rovers then winning at Peterhead.
Berwick Rangers v Forfar Athletic - Ladbrokes League 2
It's third against second at Shielfield as both teams look to build on promising starts. Berwick earned a 1-1 draw at Arbroath before beating Annan 2-0 while Gary Bollan's free-scoring Forfar saw off Edinburgh City 3-2 at Meadowbank Stadium before edging out Cowdenbeath 4-3 at Station Park.