There are no Ladbrokes Premiership games this weekend due to the international break but there is plenty of action across the other divisions.
Here are three games to look out for on Saturday:
Rangers v Raith Rovers - Ladbrokes Championship
Mark Warburton has won all eight games since taking over as Rangers manager - four in cup competitions and four in the Ladbrokes Championship, including Sunday's 5-1 success at Queen of the South. Rangers are two points clear of Falkirk, whose home match against Hibernian has been postponed due to international call-ups. Ray McKinnon's Raith side have enjoyed a mixed start, beating Livingston and Alloa at Stark's Park and losing away to Falkirk and Hibernian.
Forfar Athletic v Dunfermline Athletic - Ladbrokes League 1
It's a big early-season encounter at Station Park as unbeaten league leaders Forfar host third-placed Dunfermline, who won 3-0 against Dick Campbell's men in the Petrofac Training Cup last month. Forfar dropped their first points of the season in a 2-2 draw at Ayr last weekend while the Pars bounced back from a 2-1 defeat at Peterhead to see off Stranraer 3-1 at East End Park.
Annan Athletic v East Fife - Ladbrokes League 2
The top eight clubs are separated by only three points, with just two of the 20 matches played in 2015/16 ending in draws. East Fife are joint top - along with Elgin City - following their 2-0 win at Hampden last weekend while Annan are in third spot after beating Montrose 3-2 at Galabank. Like so many matches in Ladbrokes League 2, this one looks tough to call.