The top flight resumes this weekend after a break for the last 16 of the Betfred Cup, with leaders Celtic and second-placed Rangers both playing on Sunday. celtic are at home to Hearts while Rangers make the short journey to Paisley to face St Mirren, live on BT Sport at 12.15pm. Third-placed Ross County host a Livingston side who have drawn both games so far while Aberdeen travel to Kilmarnock, who are the only team yet to pick up a point. There's a Lanarkshire derby with Hamilton Academical at home to Motherwell while Hibernian meet St Johnstone at Easter Road.
Dundee United are the only team with a 100% record after two rounds of fixtures and Robbie Neilson's side are aiming for a hat-trick of wins when they go to Dunfermline Athletic, who have drawn both games so far. Second-placed Dundee welcome Inverness CT to the Kilmac Stadium at Dens Park while Ayr United and Queen of the South go head to head at Somerset Park. The two part-time clubs in the Championship, Alloa Athletic and Arbroath, meet at the Indodrill Stadium in the other Saturday fixture. The action gets under way on Friday evening when Morton take on Partick Thistle at Cappielow, live on BBC Scotland at 7.05pm.
Ladbrokes League 1
Falkirk lead the early table with seven points from nine and are expected to take a big travelling support to Broadwood on Saturday as they go up against bottom club Clyde. Second-placed Raith Rovers welcome Montrose to Stark's Park while Forfar Athletic, in third spot, are away to a Peterhead team yet to pick up a win. Airdrieonians are fourth as they prepare to head east to play an East Fife team who have drawn two out of two. Dumbarton are at home to Stranraer, with both teams having enjoyed impressive 3-2 wins last weekend.
Ladbrokes League 2
Cove Rangers are top of the table on goal difference, having already netted 12 times, as they get set to play Stirling Albion at Forthbank - the Binos are yet to score a goal or pick up a point this season. Queen's Park, in second spot, are up against Elgin City at Hampden while Annan Athletic - who are the third team on seven points - travel to Cowdenbeath. Stenhousemuir host an Edinburgh City team they knocked out of the Tunnock's Caramel Wafer Cup recently while bottom club Brechin City will have Stevie Campbell in caretaker charge following the departure of Barry Smith when they take on Albion Rovers in Coatbridge.