Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is not surprised to see Stevie May doing well for former club St Johnstone.
Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston sets his sights on reinforcements for every department in January.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon wants January recruits but refuses to say if striker James Vaughan is on his list of targets.
Preview followed by live coverage of Friday's Scottish Premiership game between Motherwell and Celtic.
Fixtures, Results & Tables
Scotland's referees say there will be no industrial action despite continued displeasure at Nadir Ciftci's two-game ban.
Hibernian defender Jordon Forster signs a new contract that ties him to Easter Road until the summer of 2016.
St Johnstone defender Steven Anderson may feature in the festive fixtures after recovering from a dislocated thumb.
Hearts' Gary Locke says a hammering like the one suffered against Celtic was always likely for his young side.
Dundee United boss Jackie McNamara feels referees may appreciate more opportunities to explain their decisions publicly.
The Scottish Referees' Association express "deep dissatisfaction" with the ban given to Dundee United's Nadir Ciftci.
Huddersfield boss Mark Robins insists James Vaughan is not for sale after the striker is watched by Celtic.
Former Hibs and Falkirk boss John Hughes is confirmed as the new manager of Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Former Inverness CT midfielder Barry Wilson thinks John Hughes will be a success at the Caledonian Stadium, if he does not tinker too much.
Dundee United's Nadir Ciftci receives a two-match ban for "placing an open hand" on an assistant referee's throat.
Hibernian manager Terry Butcher reveals defender James McPake will undergo surgery on a recurring back injury.
Former Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels thinks chairman Michael Johnston should step down for the good of the club.
Kenny Shiels thinks candidates who have played football in Scotland have a better chance of managerial appointments.
Scottish FA president Campbell Ogilvie vows to work with clubs to stop fans firing flares at football matches.
Holders Celtic host Aberdeen as Hibernian face Raith Rovers after the draw for the Scottish Cup fifth round.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon says his side's 7-0 mauling of Hearts was the team's best performance in his 200 games in charge.
Features & Analysis
John Hughes means business in his new job at Inverness but doesn't want to change their winning formula
BBC Scotland's Alasdair Lamont looks back at Celtic's humbling Champions League exit
BBC Scotland's Rob Maclean believes Celtic need their big hitters to overcome AC Milan in the Champions League
Hibs fans should be excited about the arrival of new manager Terry Butcher, writes BBC Scotland's Rob Maclean
"Celtic can consider themselves fortunate to remain in contention for a place in the last 16," writes Alasdair Lamont
BBC Scotland's Rob MacLean reckons former Hibs boss Pat Fenlon should have chosen his words more wisely
BBC Scotland's Rob Maclean stands by his prediction of a bright season for St Johnstone.
Former Celtic winger Bobby Petta thinks Celtic face a crucial Champions League game against Ajax
BBC Scotland's Rob Maclean assesses promoted Partick Thistle's start to the season