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  1. Build-up continues to Celtic v Rangers
  2. Watch Scotland's Game part 3 on 'highlights' tab
  3. Full Scottish Premiership card following international break
  4. Ross County sign former Dundee United forward
  5. Play our new predictor & Old Firm combined starting XI

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By Keir Murray and Thomas McGuigan

All times stated are UK

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  1. Reminder - Sportsound at 18:30 BST

    Tune in to Sportsound on BBC Radio Scotland (MW) at 18:30 BST for all the latest build-up to the first Old Firm clash of the season and Saturday's five other Premiership matches.

    We'll be back tomorrow. It promises to be a belter.  See you then

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  7. On BBC Radio Scotland's Sportsound...

    Tune in to the satisfying broth that is Sportsound this evening as host Geoff Webster expertly mixes an Old Firm preview with Mark Burchill and Alex Rae, an interview with boxer Ricky Hatton, US Open tennis, a Scottish Premiership discussion and live coverage of the Pro12 match between Edinburgh and Scarlets from Murrayfield.

    Sportsound is on BBC Radio Scotland 92-95 FM, 810 MW, digital or online from 18:30 BST.

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  11. Kiltie blow for Kilmarnock

    Dundee v Kilmarnock (Saturday, 15:00 BST)

    Kilmarnock midfielder Greg Kiltie could be out until after the October international break after suffering a recurrence of a hamstring injury. 

    Manager Lee Clark will leave it up to Kris Boyd to decide whether he wants to play at Dundee on Saturday following the death of the striker's younger brother during the week. 

    Rory McKenzie is back following a thigh injury and Scott Boyd, who joined on loan from Ross County until the end of the season, is in the squad.

    Greg Taylor serves the first part of a two-game ban with long-term injured Miles Addison (ankle) and Callum McFadzean (foot) still out. 

    Greg Kiltie chases the ball for Kilmarnock against Morton in the League Cup
    Image caption: Kiltie, 19, has played four games this season for Killie
  12. Scotland's Game part four preview

    Here's a sneak preview of the final part of Scotland's Game, BBC Scotland's four-part football documentary series, which airs on BBC One Scotland on Thursday 15 September at 21:00 BST.

    The final part of Scotland's Game looks at possible ways forward for Scottish football, new solutions to long-standing problems and questions which the national sport needs to face up to. It also charts the evolution of the women's game, the fanzine movement and the rise of messageboards and social media as drivers of how fans make their voices heard.

    Catch up on last night's episode of Scotland's Game.

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  14. Glasgow derby memories

    Celtic 2-1 Rangers, May 2010

    It was Neil Lennon’s first derby as Celtic boss and a Marc-Antoine Fortune winner gave the home side all three points.

  15. Gormley desperate for run in Saints team

    St Johnstone's Joe Gormley is desperate to get back to action against Partick Thistle on Saturday.

    The 26-year-old striker joined the Saints on a loan deal until the end of the year from Peterborough after recovering from a serious knee injury sustained a year ago in a reserve game which ruined his first season with Posh.

    Gormley has not started a first-team game since a 2-1 defeat to Southend last September, just weeks after making the move from Northern Irish side Cliftonville on a three-year deal. 

    After playing for an hour for Saints' under-20s against Ross County's youngsters in midweek, the man from Belfast is looking to get his career back on track. 

    He said: "It felt good, it was good to start playing. I am definitely ready. It would be amazing to play on Saturday.

    "My last start was last September, a year ago. So I haven't played a proper competitive game since then. I had never got injured before that happened.

    "I played against Millwall but I only came on for a short period of time. So it would be good to get out and play." 

    Having only got into full-time football in his mid-20s, Gormley is keen to make the most of the years he has left in the game.

    "It is only a short period of time I have got to play so I am going to try to make the most of it," he said. 

    "Every year (at Cliftonville) I tried to outscore what I did before and it got to the point where, when I scored 37, I thought if I don't get a move I will never get a move but I kept going and got it.

    "I want to work hard and see where it takes me. I am looking forward to it, I am excited and it would be good to play, hopefully for a bit anyway."

    Joe 'The Goal' Gormley was a prolific striker with Cliftonville before moving to Peterborough in June 2015
    Image caption: Joe 'The Goal' Gormley was a prolific striker with Cliftonville before moving to Peterborough in June 2015
  16. Old Firm classics: Celtic 3-3 Rangers

    Not goalkeeper Rab Douglas's finest game for Celtic, but there are some cracking goals in this six-goal thriller from October 2002. 

    Commentary is by Rob Maclean and Sandy Clark. (Available to UK users only)

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    Video caption: Old Firm classics: Celtic 3-3 Rangers
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    Robert Donaldson on Facebook: "Warbs is out his depth and too naive or arrogant to change things from this ridiculous 'Plan A' nonsense. Plus not one of our new signings has impressed apart from the odd glimpse here or there so I'm not holding out too much hope for Saturday. I fear we could be on the end of a serious drubbing."

    Robert Donaldson is concerned about Mark Warburton's preparations for the Old Firm match
    Image caption: Rangers fan Robert Donaldson is concerned about Mark Warburton's preparations for the Old Firm match
  19. Choose your Celtic & Rangers combined starting XI

    Celtic v Rangers (Sat, 12:00 BST)

    4-4-2? Or maybe a lone striker? 

    Ahead of the Glasgow derby this weekend, why not have a bit of fun in choosing your combined starting XI with our team selector tool.  

  20. A bolt from a blue

    James Tavernier's thunderbolt free-kick against Kilmarnock has been named the Ladbrokes Premiership Goal of the Month for August after a closely fought fan poll on Twitter.

    The Rangers full-back produced the moment of magic to pull his team level in the 1-1draw at Rugby Park.

    The Ibrox star won with 51% of the vote ahead of Leigh Griffiths' wonderful strike at Celtic Park against Aberdeen, which claimed 34%. Dons maestro Niall McGinn produced a cracking free-kick of his own at Pittodrie to finish third.