Hundreds of football fans are attending a live match for the first time since the start of lockdown as two test events take place.
Two Premiership ties will host 300 spectators each as measures brought in to halt the spread of coronavirus begin to ease.
Aberdeen vs Kilmarnock at Pittodrie and Ross County vs Celtic at Dingwall are the two games taking part in the test events that kick off at 3pm.
It is the first time fans will be in attendance at any game in Scotland since the Premiership was halted due to the outbreak of the virus in March.
All games this season up to this point have been played behind closed doors, including European ties.
Excited crowds began queuing early on Saturday in anticipation of watching the action live from their socially distanced seat in the stand.
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