The Scottish Premier League returns after the international break with plenty of entertainment ahead, including one match Live on Sky Sports.
The cameras will be at MacDiarmid Park at lunchtime on Saturday, as Rangers take on St Johnstone looking to overturn their defeat to Celtic in their last league game.
The champions host Dundee in one of five matches kicking off at 3pm, as Brendan Rodgers looks to avoid further injuries ahead of next week’s Champions League opener.
Nick Montgomery will look to make an immediate impact after taking charge of Hibernian, while Aberdeen go to Hearts still searching for their first win of the season.
Here we take a look at what’s at stake…
What is Live on Sky?
It has been a tough few weeks for Rangers, as they were beaten by Celtic following their Champions League qualifying defeat to PSV Eindhoven.
Pressure has mounted on manager Michael Bell, with the Ibrox club currently sitting in fourth place in the Scottish Premiership, four points behind rivals Old Firm.
St. Johnstone has not achieved a win this season and is at the bottom of the standings, despite a surprising 0-0 draw with Celtic Park last month.
Rangers’ final league trip to Perth It ended with a 2-1 defeat In a match that ended up being the penultimate match for former coach Giovanni van Bronckhorst.
Can Celtic maintain their two-point lead at the top?
Celtic return from the international break two points clear at the top of the Scottish Premiership after beating Ibrox last time out.
They drew 0-0 with St Johnstone in their last home game but are unbeaten in their last 46 league games at Celtic Park.
Ryo Hatate is scheduled to return to the team on Saturday, however Night of worship will be absent for up to four months With a thigh injury.
Dundee have picked up five points so far this season but it will be a tough test for Tony Docherty’s side in Glasgow.
They have failed to beat the Hoops in their last 39 meetings – their last win dating back to 2001 when Martin O’Neill was in charge.
Will it be a successful start for Montgomery?
It’s the start of a new era for Hibernian when they go to Kilmarnock this weekend, with Nick Montgomery taking charge for the first time since replacing Lee Johnson as head coach.
After a difficult start, the Easter Road side have secured their first top-flight win under caretaker manager David Gray, and sit second, one point behind Keighley, in the Scottish Premiership.
Kelly started the season with a shock win over Rangers but they have picked up just two points since.
After losing 1-0 to Ross County in their last game, Derek McInnes’ side will be looking to avoid back-to-back home defeats in the league.
Can Aberdeen achieve their first win of the season?
It has been a disappointing start to the season for both Hearts and Aberdeen, with both clubs currently sitting in the bottom half of the table.
Tynecastle will look to avoid a fifth successive defeat in all competitions when they host the Dons on Saturday.
While they have one win in the league this season, Aberdeen have just two points from two draws.
The performance evidence doesn’t look good for them either – as they have not been able to beat the Jumbos away from home in the Scottish Premiership since December 2016.
Who will continue their unbeaten start at Fir Park?
Motherwell and St Mirren have made a strong start to the new season, with both teams unbeaten so far.
The Fir Park club are second in the table after a draw with three successive wins – the last time they won four was under current St Mirren boss Stephen Robinson in 2019.
The Friends team is only two points behind in third place after two wins and two draws so far.
It is set to be an entertaining encounter in Lanarkshire.
A historic afternoon for Ross County?
Ross County have had a tough start and have already faced Celtic and Rangers this season, but wins in their other two matches have seen them sit in mid-table at this early stage.
Livingston have also made a positive start, with defeat at Ibrox the only downside to their unbeaten season.
It’s the county that could set a new record this weekend.
Following their 2-0 win in May last season, they can enjoy back-to-back victories over Livingston in the top flight for the first time.
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