The action gets under way on Friday night when Dundee take on Hibernian at the Kilmac Stadium at Dens Park, live on BT Sport at 7.45pm. The top two don't play until Sunday - second-placed Rangers make the short journey to face Hamilton Accies, where they haven't lost since 1938/39, live on BT Sport at 12.15pm. Later on Sunday, leaders Celtic, eight points clear at the summit, host a Motherwell side on a run of six successive Premiership victories. There are three fixtures on Saturday - third-placed Aberdeen travel to Perth to play St Johnstone, Kilmarnock, who are fourth, go to Livingston and Hearts are at home to a St Mirren team five points adrift at the foot of the table.
Ross County have a two-point lead at the top as they prepare to face Partick Thistle at The Energy Check Stadium at Firhill - the Jags are unbeaten in 2019 and have moved out of the relegation zone. Second-placed Ayr United are at home to a Dunfermline Athletic team who still have play-off aspirations but who will also be wary of being dragged into a battle at the bottom given the tight nature of the division. Dundee United are just three points off the top going into their away match with Falkirk, who have also been in good form since the turn of the year. Inverness CT, who occupy fourth spot, are at home to Morton and Queen of the South welcome bottom club Alloa Athletic to Palmerston.
Ladbrokes League 1
Arbroath are a massive 16 points clear with a third of their season remaining - they take on Airdrieonians at Gayfield on Saturday, with the Diamonds' play-offs hopes having faded in recent weeks. Second-placed Raith Rovers welcome Montrose to Stark's Park and Forfar Athletic, in third, are up against bottom club Stenhousemuir at Station Park. East Fife are looking good for the play-offs as they go into their home game against Dumbarton, who moved out of the relegation zone last weekend while Brechin City and Stranraer are separated by only a point going into their meeting at Glebe Park.
Ladbrokes League 2
There are just three points between the top trio in League 2. Leaders Edinburgh City take on Cowdenbeath at Ainslie Park while second-placed Peterhead are away to Stirling Albion, having won on their last four visits to Forthbank. Clyde are on an unbeaten sequence of 13 matches as they make the short journey to Hampden to play Queen's Park and fourth-placed Annan Athletic will hope to continue their recent good run against bottom club Albion Rovers at Galabank. Berwick Rangers face Elgin City at Shielfield in the day's other game.