Livingston up first for champions Rangers
Rangers will kick of the defence of their Scottish Premiership title on 31st July with a home match against Livingston.
Steven Gerrard's men stormed to their first title since 2011 with the former Liverpool midfielder winning his first trophy as a manager. Rangers are priced at 1.50 to make it a back-to-back triumph.
It was their 55th title and arguably most impressive as the Light Blues remained unbeaten, winning 32 of 38 games.
There were 102 points accumulated on the way and they ended up finishing 25 points ahead of Celtic, whose nine-year dominance of the Scottish top flight came crashing to an end.
New Bhoys manager Ange Postecoglou, appointed after a deal was agreed with Japanese outfit Yokohama F. Marinos, takes his new side to promoted Hearts on the opening day.
Dundee, the other side promoted from Scottish Championship play their first top flight game for two years at home to St Mirren.
Cup heroes St Johnstone, who won both the Scottish Cup and League Cup in the 2020/21 season, start their new campaign away at Ross County, who narrowly avoided the relegation play offs last time out.
Both Hibernian and Aberdeen will begin their seasons on 1st August, owing to their involvement in the qualifications stages of the inaugural Europa Conference League.
A trip to Motherwell beckons for Jack Ross' Hibs side while the Dons play their opening match at home to Dundee United.
Ibrox will be the venue for the season's first Old Firm game with Rangers seeking to build on last year's unbeaten record against their great rivals.