Celtic have a two-point lead at the top of the Ladbrokes Premiership going into Sunday's home game against Hibernian. Second-placed Rangers also play on Sunday - they take on in-form Motherwell at Fir Park, live on Sky Sports at 12 noon. There are four matches on Saturday, with Daniel Stendel in charge of Heart of Midlothian for the first time when bottom club St Johnstone visit Tynecastle. Aberdeen are at home to a Hamilton Accies side who are yet to win away and Ross County are looking to close the gap on Kilmarnock when the teams meet in Dingwall. St Mirren will move to within a point of Livingston if they beat Gary Holt's men in Paisley.
Dundee United are 10 points clear in the Ladbrokes Championship after seven straight wins and make the short journey to Gayfield to face an Arbroath team who have lost just once at home. Second-placed Inverness CT are away to second-bottom Partick Thistle while Dunfermline Athletic are bidding to extend their good recent run when they play Dundee at Dens Park. Ayr United welcome Alloa Athletic to Somerset Park and Morton host a Queen of the South team just above them in the table.
There's a big game at the top of Ladbrokes League 1 as leaders Raith Rovers go to third-placed Falkirk. Airdrieonians are just two points off the pace going into their home match with Peterhead while East Fife, in fourth, make the journey south to take on bottom club Stranraer. Forfar Athletic play Dumbarton at Station Park and it's Montrose against Clyde at Links Park.
Cove Rangers' lead at the top of Ladbrokes League 2 is down to two points but they have a perfect home record and are bidding to keep that going against Stenhousemuir. Second-placed Edinburgh City are away to an Annan Athletic team who have won four of their last five matches while Cowdenbeath, in third, travel to bottom club Brechin City. Queen's Park go up against Stirling Albion at Hampden and Elgin City meet Albion Rovers at Borough Briggs.