It promises to be another exciting weekend of football across the four divisions of the SPFL – here are just some of the things to look out for…
Five of Hearts? Robbie Neilson's side have made a superb start on their return to the top flight, winning four out of four in the Ladbrokes Premiership. Partick Thistle, who are yet to win this season, will attempt to end their run at a packed Tynecastle on Saturday.
All to play for at Pittodrie Aberdeen and Dundee meet in an intriguing contest at Pittodrie on Saturday. The Dons have won all three of their matches - the Hamilton fixture was postponed - while Paul Hartley's Dark Blues have also impressed, losing only to Hearts.
Early start at Tannadice It’s a 12 noon kick-off - live on BT Sport - as Celtic travel to Dundee United ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League tie in Malmo. United are looking to bounce back from a heavy defeat at Hamilton against a Celtic side held by Kilmarnock in their last away game.
Renfrewshire derby returns Morton and St Mirren meet on league business for the first time in 15 years on Friday, live on BBC ALBA at 7.45pm. Both teams are looking for their first win in the Ladbrokes Championship and it promises to be quite a night at Cappielow.
Sunday showdown at Ibrox Ladbrokes Championship title favourites Rangers welcome rivals Hibernian to Ibrox on Sunday, live on Sky Sports at 12.30pm. Mark Warburton's men have made a flying start to 2015/16 and won 6-2 at Easter Road in the Petrofac Training Cup.
Can Peterhead upset the Pars? Dunfermline have been in superb form, thumping Brechin 6-1 and Cowdenbeath 7-1 in Ladbrokes League 1. They face a tough test at Peterhead, who beat Falkirk 5-3 in midweek - Rory McAllister netted all five with a stunning performance.
Derby day at Stair Park It's been an early season of ups and downs for both clubs - Stranraer won at Cowdenbeath then lost to Peterhead while Ayr United bounced back from defeat at Albion Rovers to see off Brechin. This one looks tough to call.
Three in a row for Elgin? After just two fixture rounds, Elgin are they only team in Ladbrokes League 2 with a 100% record. That will be tested at Bayview against an East Fife side who thrashed Berwick Rangers 5-0 last weekend.
Can Arbroath get off the mark? The Red Lichties were tipped to do well but are yet to get a point on the board and host a Queen's Park side brimming with confidence after wins in the last week against Clyde and Dumbarton - the latter in the Petrofac Training Cup.