Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes had no complaints with his side’s post-split fixtures.
The Dons will host St Johnstone at Pittodrie on Saturday, April 29, before travelling to Tynecastle to face Hearts on Sunday, May 7.
McInnes’ men will face Celtic in their final match of the season at Pittodrie on Friday, May 12, before they head to Ibrox on Wednesday, May 17, looking for revenge against a Rangers side that defeated the Dons 3-0 on Sunday.
The Dons will end the season at Firhill with a match against Partick Thistle on Sunday, May 21.
McInnes said: “I expected to get two home games and three away games.
“We are at the stage now where the league has already sorted out who is up against who.
“The bottom six have to deal with the relegation issues now and get on with that and the top six need to sort out finishing second, third, fourth and who gets those European spots.
“It means that there’s a lot on each and every game in both parts of the table.
“In the last couple of years, we’ve finished second quite comfortably and those issues have been resolved by the split.
“Whereas now we go into the split and we’ve still got Scottish Cup focus and we’ve still got work to do to get our second spot.
“I’m hoping that focus in both competitions helps us deliver positive results.
“It’s difficult when the split comes around because you’re playing the teams in and around you all the time.”
The good news kept coming for Partick Thistle, who have gained a home game after qualifying for the top six for the first time since the split was introduced in 2001.
Celtic, Rangers and Aberdeen will all visit Firhill before the end of the season to take Thistle’s home matches to 20.
Meanwhile, Celtic are set to collect the Premiership trophy on May 21 after the SPFL confirmed the champions would round off the campaign at home to Hearts. The league previously confirmed they would travel to Rangers on April 29.
Rangers’ bid to pip Aberdeen for second place could be over by the time the Dons visit Ibrox on May 17, while Pedro Caixinha’s side visit St Johnstone on the final day on May 21.
St Johnstone will hope to kill off Hearts’ hopes of sneaking fourth and a potential Europa League slot when they host Ian Cathro’s side on May 17.
Hearts have their final three games of the season away from home, at their request, as they push on with the rebuilding of Tynecastle’s main stand.