So we have an early 'top of the table' clash to look forward to next Saturday, with champions Celtic hosting St Johnstone with both sides boasting 100% records.
Aberdeen, also three from three, travel to face Partick Thistle, one of three sides yet to get a point on the board.
Kilmarnock, in the same boat as Thistle, have a fourth home game in a row, but Rugby Park has hardly brought them much comfort so far, with three straight defeats.
The other Saturday game sees Motherwell host Hearts - away from home for a fourth week in a row while Tynecastle undergoes redevelopment - while Sunday's two games see currently pointless Dundee play Hibs and Ross County entertain Rangers.
Before all that though, Celtic take a 5-0 lead to Kazakhstan as they aim to seal their passage to the Champions League group stages on Tuesday away to Astana. That one kicks off at 16:30 BST by the way.
We'll see you back here then. Thanks for you company today, and have a very good evening. Ta ta fa na.