Following a dramatic start to the Scottish Premiership season – how is your club getting on at the halfway stage?
Rangers are impressing under new manager Giovanni van Bronckhorst, while Ange Postecoglou’s Celtic side are keeping the pressure on their title rivals.
Despite only being promoted in the summer, Hearts are flying high in the top flight, while Motherwell, Dundee United, Aberdeen and Hibs – under new boss Shaun Maloney – are also all in the race for third.
Bottom-club St Johnstone face a battle to remain in the Premiership but will be hoping to catch Dundee and Ross County who are above them.
We asked former Aberdeen and St Johnstone boss Derek McInnes to review how each club has been getting on and what could lie in store once the action resumes after the winter break…
1st – Rangers
Losing Steven Gerrard could have been a problematic situation for the league leaders but they’ve been pretty efficient since. I think Giovanni van Bronckhorst coming in has settled things down. He’s got a way of playing that’s slightly different to Gerrard and it seems to suit one or two players more and the results have backed that up. They’ve been very assured with their work, confident with their work. Routine performances and seven straight wins in the league since the new manager has come in is very impressive work.