Hearts staff will learn of job losses on Thursday, with the administrator revealing the club have "no funds at all to meet costs".
Groningen's Netherlands Under-21 defender Virgil van Dijk is in Glasgow for signing talks with Scottish champions Celtic.
A place on the bench for Sean Maitland is the only Scots involvement for the first Test against Australia on Saturday.
Queen of the South's Allan Johnston will hold more talks about Kilmarnock's managerial vacancy on Thursday.
Alex Dowsett will defend his national time trial title on Thursday in Stewarton, Ayrshire.
Scottish Premier League champions Celtic will kick off next season at home to Ross County on 3 August.
Hearts' administrators say they are aware of the need to find a resolution to the club's problems so close to the new season.
Australia name Israel Folau among three debutants for Saturday's first Test against the British & Irish Lions in Brisbane.
Rafael Nadal could play Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic or Roger Federer as early as the quarter-finals at Wimbledon.
Britain's Laura Robson, Heather Watson and Elena Baltacha all lose in the second round of the Aegon International.
Richard Brittain is registered with the SFA as a Ross County player, but is registered as a St Johnstone player with the SPL.
St Mirren captain Jim Goodwin questions whether Celtic should be able to postpone a league match to play a friendly.
Cillian Sheridan is to join Apoel Nicosia as the Cypriots agree an undisclosed fee for the striker with Kilmarnock.
Dunfermline's creditors agree to proceed with the offer of a creditors voluntary arrangement as the club seeks to exit administration.
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