The Scottish Premiership gets back underway this afternoon with three games taking place today as Dundee host Rangers, Livingston make the short trip to Tynecastle to face Hearts and Ross County are the visitors ar Fir Park to take on Motherwell.
With six rounds of games already played, any one of five teams could find themselves at the top of the table come Monday morning as Hibs, Hearts, Motherwell and Dundee United all look to unseat champions Rangers.
At the bottom of the table, three points separate the bottom five clubs, with three of those (St. Mirren, Dundee and Ross County) all still looking for their first win of the new season.
Tomorrow sees the remaining three games take place with Celtic welcoming Dundee United to Parkhead, Hibs and St Johnstone going head-to-head in the capital and St. Mirren playing host to Aberdeen in the lunchtime kick-off.
We’ll have full reaction from all six Premiership games over the weekend, as well as the Championship, League One and League Two as the SPFL season continues.
Dundee v Rangers
Bottom host top as Rangers travel to the City of Discovery. Charlie Adam is out for Dundee while James McPake spoke before the match about the fitness of Jason Cummings and Ryan Sweeney going into the game.
Hearts v Livingston
After drawing 2-2 with Ross County last weekend, Hearts will be looking to get back to winning ways while Livi boss David Martindale was left sweating over the fitness of a few of his players ahead of the Tynecastle clash.
Motherwell v Ross County
Motherwell boss Graham Alexander could take his side top of the table if results go their way – despite being stung by critics claiming Ross County’s difficult start to the season was over. County boss Malky Mackay will be hoping his men can record their first win of the season and start climbing up the league.
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