Dundee open their 2018/19 Scottish Premiership campaign with an away trip to face St Mirren on August 4.
Steven Gerrard's Rangers will kick off their Scottish Premiership campaign at Aberdeen, while Celtic start their title defence at home to promoted Livingston.
The fixtures for the 2018/19 Scottish Premiership season are out on Friday - here's all you need to know...
Dundee have signed goalkeeper Jack Hamilton from Hearts on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
Peterborough have signed former Scotland U21 international midfielder Mark O'Hara from Dundee.
Ross County's six-year stay in the Ladbrokes Premiership is over but Partick Thistle live to fight another day
Ian Crocker & Andy Walker preview the Scottish Premiership fixtures for the final time this season.
Goalkeeper Scott Bain has signed for Celtic on a permanent four-year deal following his loan from Dundee.
Ross McCrorie kept Rangers in the race for second in the Scottish Premiership, while Hamilton all-but ensured survival.
Rangers struck late but Hibernian were left to rue a missed opportunity in the race for second.
As the season end approaches the must-win matches seem to come thicker and faster than before, with something hanging on almost every game.
Hamilton gave themselves breathing space in the fight against relegation with a crucial 2-0 win over Ross County.
As the season end approaches the must-win matches seem to come thicker and faster than before, with something hanging on almost every three points played for.
Celtic captain Scott Brown has been nominated for PFA Scotland Player of the Year, nine years after last winning the award.
Aberdeen ensured that Celtic could not win the Scottish Premiership title this weekend as they beat Kilmarnock and the Hoops lost to Hibernian.
Ian Crocker and Andy Walker take you through the weekend's Scottish Premiership fixtures with predictions & key players.
The final Old Firm clash of the season between Celtic v Rangers will be shown live on Sky Sports, along with Celtic's home finale against Aberdeen.
Kenny Miller scored his first goal in five months as Rangers fired themselves back up to second with a 4-0 victory over Dundee at Ibrox.
Rangers moved back up to second place in the Scottish Premiership as they brushed Dundee aside and Aberdeen were beaten by Hearts.
Ian Crocker and Andy Walker are on hand to take you through the Scottish Premiership fixtures this weekend.
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