WELL, that was quite a weekend.

Hibernian's sluggish start to the season continued after Paul Heckingbottom's side travelled to Fir Park and were thumped 3-0, Livingston maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a 2-1 win over St Mirren and George Oakley's brace sealed a point for Hamilton at Tynecastle. Oh, and there was a game on at Ibrox too, apparently.

We've updated our Manager Power Rankings for the final time before the international break, and there's been a fair bit of movement in the standings. If you want to know how it all works, you can read about it here.

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The biggest loser from last weekend's round of fixtures was Rangers manager Steven Gerrard, who watched his side lose 2-0 to Celtic in the first Old Firm derby of the season. Rangers were the bookies' favourites before kick-off, so the home defeat proved costly for the Rangers boss.

Gerrard was docked three points for the defeat and has tumbled down the rankings as a result. His Celtic counterpart, meanwhile, is starting to pull away at the summit: Lennon gained three points and is now sitting pretty on a score of +8.

In second place, Livingston manager Gary Holt was rewarded for his team's fine start to the 2019/20 campaign with another point for his side's 2-1 win over St Mirren at the Tony Macaroni Arena. Holt missed the home fixture as we was in hospital but his side - who were the pre-match favourites - came out on top and Holt gained a point. Ji Goodwin, meanwhile, was docked one.

Both Derek McInnes and Stephen Robinson were awarded with two points for their teams' wins over Ross County and Hibernian respectively; one for the result (as they were both expected to win), and another bonus point for winning by three or more goals. Mcinnes has now pulled level with Gerrard on +1, while Robinson has moved into third place overall with +3.

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It was a bad weekend, however, for Craig Levein and Tommy Wright. Hearts were held to a 2-2 draw with Hamilton at home which cost the former Scotland boss a point in our table, while St Johnstone suffered a shock defeat at McDiarmid Park to Angelo Alessio's Kilmarnock.

Wright lost three points for the defeat while Alessio picked up the same number. As a result, Alessio joins Heckingbottom on -2, while Levein and Wright prop up the rest of the table with scores of -4 for the season so far.