The Scottish Premiership is back with a full-card this weekend - Andy Walker & Ian Crocker give you their predictions.
Iain Wilson broke Dundee hearts with a late winner as 10-man Kilmarnock came from behind to win 3-2 in a pulsating encounter at Rugby Park.
Dundee have confirmed the signing of former England international defender Steven Caulker on an 18-month contract.
New Dundee signing Steven Caulker says he turned down a move to Celtic and a reunion with Brendan Rodgers in 2017.
Aberdeen cut the gap to Celtic at the top of the standings to eight points thanks to a 3-0 win over Hamilton.
Scottish Premiership football is back and there is a full set of fixtures for Sky Sports' football expert Andy Walker to cast his eyes over.
Celtic pounced late on Deadline Day to sign Jack Hendry and Scott Bain from Dundee.
Celtic have had a second bid of £375,000 for goalkeeper Trevor Carson rejected by Motherwell, Sky sources understand.
Celtic are set to sign Dundee goalkeeper Scott Bain on loan until the end of the season, Sky sources understand.
Dundee defender James McPake has retired from football at the age of 33 following a long battle with injury.
The third Old Firm clash of the 2017/18 Scottish Premiership season between Rangers and Celtic will be shown live on Sky Sports Football.
Dundee have rejected a "very low" bid for Jack Hendry and Neil McCann says he will not allow clubs to "cherry-pick" his players.
Scott McKenna scored twice as Aberdeen came from behind to beat Kilmarnock 3-1 at Pittodrie.
Andy Walker and Ian Crocker offer their predictions ahead of a busy weekend of Scottish Premiership action.
Glasgow City Council have re-iterated their desire for Hampden to remain the venue for Scotland's international fixtures
Sky Sports Scotland look ahead to the five Scottish Premiership fixtures this midweek with Ian Crocker and Andy Walker.
Scottish Cup holders Celtic will face Partick Thistle in a Glasgow derby in the fifth round of the competition.
Celtic brushed aside Brechin, while Aberdeen made light work of St Mirren on a busy Saturday of Scottish Cup fourth-round action.
Neil McCann has confirmed Celtic's interest in Jack Hendry but insists it would take a "handsome sum" to take him from Dundee.
Aberdeen were unable to close the gap on Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic after being held to a 0-0 home draw by Hearts.
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