Caley Thistle manager John Hughes believes his side's excellent start to the campaign has been all the more impressive given the absence of skipper Richie Foran.
Ross County travel to Tannadice to take on Dundee United today looking to avoid becoming the first side since Falkirk in 2008 to lose their first four games of the Premiership campaign.
Caley Thistle manager John Hughes insists he is unmoved by talk of Celtic fielding a weakened team in their Premiership encounter tomorrow.
Caley Thistle manager John Hughes reckons he has been dealt a selection headache by his high-flying Inverness squad.
Ross County defender Jordi Balk has told his team they must take their chances to recover from their poor start to the campaign.
Ross County's miserable start to the season continued as they lost 2-1 at home to a spirited Kilmarnock side.
Inverness Caley Thistle’s fine start to the season continued in style as they beat Motherwell to go top of the league after three games
Former Aberdeen attacker Josh Magennis believes the Dons will mount a Scottish Premiership title challenge to Celtic.
Ross County continued their disappointing start to the season conceding four-goals to an inform Partick Thistle side. Adams’ summer spree has brought drastic changes to the squad but this team is not yet ready for the rigours of Scottish football, as he learned in painful fashion.
After a blistering start to their league campaign with a 2-0 victory at Hamilton, Caley failed to make it back to back wins at home to Dundee. Neither side could break the deadlock despite some clear chances as Paul Hartley’s men put in a confident performance in Inverness.
Aberdeen FC got their season back on track last night with a comfortable 2-0 win at Rugby park. Peter Pawlett scored the first and Ryan Jack headed the second after a well worked move. The Dons will now hope to build on this result and convert some of their European form into league success.
Inverness took on newly-promoted opposition for the second time in five days, but by contrast with Saturday's comfortable win against Hamilton they were given a stiff test by a confident Dundee side.
Ross County's hopes of making a quick start to the new season have been dashed by two defeats and it is clear time is manager Derek Adams' biggest enemy as he bids to get his new-look team bedded in.
An important and merited win for the Dons, paid for on plastic, but a season which had got off to a stuttering start is now in credit.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes will not use Kilmarnock's plastic pitch as an excuse if his side fall to a fourth defeat in succession tonight.
Aberdeen endured a poor start to their league campaign on Sunday losing 3-0 to Dundee United – with McInnes pinning it on tiredness after some good European performances. This evening the Dons travel to Kilmarnock aiming to put things back on track. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Tw0wup_yGI
Aberdeen defender Mark Reynolds enjoyed the cheers and endured the jeers.
Inverness got their new season off to a flying start on Saturday with a 2-0 win against Hamilton, but manager John Hughes believes there is more to come from his team.
Ross County's preparations for their game against Partick Thistle this evening have been disrupted by flooding at Victoria Park, with the Staggies squad forced to train indoors for the past two days.
Ross County captain Richard Brittain believes the new-look Staggies now pose the greatest attacking threat he has seen in his six years at Victoria Park.
Aberdeen travel to Kilmarnock tomorrow with Dons manager Derek McInnes looking for an instant response from his side following the lifeless display against Dundee United on Sunday.
Caley Thistle attacker Billy Mckay's focus remains on scoring goals for Inverness and he is determined to not be distracted by transfer talk.
Aberdeen midfielder Ryan Jack insists yesterday's Pittodrie mauling by Dundee United must serve as a wake-up call.
Caley Thistle youngster Ryan Christie insists pre-season hype about his performances has not affected him.
Ross County midfielder Graham Carey had no complaints following his side's opening-day defeat by St Johnstone, but has warned the Staggies' players must cut out the errors if they are to be a Premiership force this season.
Ross County couldn't muster a winning start to the season as they fell to a 2-1 defeat at home to St Johnstone.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has blamed tiredness for his team's losing start to their league campaign as Dundee United ran out 3-0 winners at Pittodrie.
Ross County fell to a 2-1 defeat against St Johnstone on the opening day of the campaign at Victoria Park.
Caley Thistle kicked off their Scottish Premiership campaign with a deserved 2-0 win over Hamilton at New Douglas Park.
Aberdeen’s European exploits mean their season is well under way, whereas United are still to get out the starting blocks. Dons manager, Derek McInnes and defender Andrew Considine look ahead to the first match of the SPFL Premiership season against Dundee United at Pittodrie on Sunday, 3pm. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-1TRK_NpVIU
Caley are heading down to newly-promoted Hamilton this weekend to get their season under way. Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC’s Graeme Shinnie and John Hughes spoke to the press about pre-season and their upcoming SPFL opening match.
Ross County manager Derek Adams hopes to re-sign midfielder Graham Carey in time for Sunday's opening Scottish Premiership fixture against St. Johnstone.