Aberdeen and Ross County have discovered their Premiership fixtures for the 2020/21 season.
The Dons will begin their campaign at home to Rangers at 5.30pm on Saturday August 1.
It is not yet certain when fans will be allowed into grounds in Scotland following the coronavirus crisis, however, it is match-up which will get supporters excited for the start of the new campaign regardless.
Meanwhile, the Staggies have to wait until Monday August 3 to get under way, with a similarly tricky start, as Motherwell visit Dingwall (7.45pm).
Aberdeen will travel to meet St Johnstone at lunchtime the following Saturday for their second fixture, before Hamilton Accies visit the Granite City for the first Wednesday evening game on August 12.
The first meeting with Celtic – which takes place at Parkhead – is then scheduled for Saturday, August 15 (3pm).
During this period, County must first travel to Hamilton (Saturday 8, 3pm), before a Wednesday home meeting with Kilmarnock (7.45pm) on the 12th of the month. Their first meeting with promoted Dundee United takes place a few days later at the Global Energy Stadium on Saturday August 15 (3pm).
Looking further ahead, Aberdeen will need to wait until mid-October for their first clash with the promoted Tangerines. This takes place at Tannadice on Saturday October 17 (3pm).
There is also a full card of Friday night games in early November, where the Dons welcome Hibs to Pittodrie and the Staggies travel to Ibrox.
As usual the December schedule is congested with the Reds playing Kilmarnock (away, 19th), Motherwell (away, 23rd), St Johnstone (home, 26th) and Livingstone (away, 30th), before welcoming Dundee United to the Granite City on January 2.
Aberdeen’s final game before the split is a home clash with Kilmarnock on April 3 next year.
The festive schedule for County is as follows: Hamilton (home, December 19), Celtic (away, 23rd), St Mirren (home, 26th) and Motherwell (away, 30th). Stuart Kettlewell’s team begin 2021 at home to St Johnstone on January 2.
Their final game before the split is a tough one, as they welcome Celtic to Dingwall on April 3.
📆 Here they are…
Our 2020-21 Scottish Premiership fixtures!
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🗓️ Season 2020/21 Fixtures are here…
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