It has been a crazy day.
A team - Inverness Caledonian Thistle - being denied a postponement despite a 14-hour overnight journey to their game.
Another - St Johnstone - who had two players miss kick off following a separate road accident.
And another - Hearts - having a player, their manager and assistant sent to the stand after a pitchside melee that involved a police officer.
However, it was normal service at the very top, where Celtic stretched their lead with a 5-1 hammering of Motherwell to make it two wins and a draw over the Fir Park men in a week.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes will be bracing himself for more of the same questions about his future as his side entertain Rangers, who are believed to still want him as manager, tomorrow and seek revenge for their midweek defeat at Ibrox.
Please join us then.