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County open with Cup winners

Ross County open the 2014-15 Scottish Premiership season with a home clash against Scottish Cup holders St Johnstone.

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Derek Adams: Ross County boss looking to make a decent start to the 2014-15 seas

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The August 9 fixture kicks off a start to the season manager Derek Adams will hope can provide the Staggies with some early momentum.

Their first away trip takes them to Partick Thistle on August 13 and they do not face a side that finished in the top half until their fourth fixture, a trip to Dundee United on August 23.

October 4 sees the first Highland derby of the season, with Adams taking his men to Inverness, and two weeks later they face their first clash with champions Celtic at the Global Energy Stadium.

They face the reverse of those fixtures around Christmas with a trip to Celtic on December 27 and Inverness visiting on New Year's Day.

The final derby - another trip to Inverness - takes place on January 31 and their final fixture before the split is on April 11 with a trip to St Mirren.

August:
  9 St Johnstone        (H)
13 Partick             (A)
16 Kilmarnock          (H)
23 Dundee Utd          (A)
30 Hamilton            (A)

September
13 Motherwell          (H)
20 Aberdeen            (A)
27 Dundee              (H)

October
 4 Inverness CT        (A)
18 Celtic              (H)
25 St Mirren           (A)

November
 1 Aberdeen            (H)
 8 Kilmarnock          (A)
22 St Johnstone        (A)

December
 6 Dundee Utd          (H)
13 Motherwell          (A)
20 Hamilton            (H)
27 Celtic              (A)

January
 1 Inverness CT        (H)
 4 Dundee              (A)
10 Partick             (H)
17 St Mirren           (H)
21 Aberdeen            (A)
24 Celtic              (H)
31 Inverness CT        (A)

February
14 Motherwell          (H)
21 Partick             (A)
28 Dundee              (H)

March
14 Hamilton            (A)
21 Kilmarnock          (H)

April
 4 Dundee Utd          (A)
 8 St Johnstone        (H)
11 St Mirren           (A)

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