There's an exciting weekend of football ahead in the Betfred Cup as the group stage reaches a conclusion, with only Rangers already through to the second round.
A total of 15 ties go ahead on Saturday, with the draw for the last 16 taking place after Sunday’s game between Dundee United and Dunfermline Athletic at Tannadice, live on BT Sport.
East Fife top the section with eight points but have already completed their fixtures. Peterhead, who are two points behind but with a better goal difference, are away to a Dumbarton side yet to win in Group A. Forfar could also catch East Fife - they face Dundee at Dens Park, with the Dark Blues able to finish runners-up at best.
St Johnstone are in a strong position to qualify as their superior goal difference means they only need a draw against second-placed Stirling Albion at McDiarmid Park to finish top, unless Brechin win by a big margin - City go to Falkirk, who beat Elgin in their previous home game.
Inverness CT are ahead of Dundee United by virtue of having scored more away goals and finish at home to Arbroath on Saturday. United meet Dunfermline at Tannadice on Sunday, live on BT Sport at 3.00pm. The Pars are also in contention for the last 16, with only one point separating the top three. The arithmetic means that any team reaching 10 points across the eight groups is guaranteed a place in the next round whether they finish first or second.
The big game is at Stark's Park where Raith Rovers need a win over Alloa to leapfrog Jack Ross' side, who have a 100% record. With a goal difference of seven, the Wasps look well placed to qualify even if they finish second. Holders Ross County, who were eliminated in midweek, play Highland League champions Cove Rangers at the Global Energy Stadium.
Partick Thistle need just a draw against Queen's Park at Firhill to seal first place but could be caught by Queen of the South if they slip up - Gavin Skelton's team are at home to Stenhousemuir, who have yet to pick up a point.
Rangers are already through with four wins out of four and second place is between Stranraer and Motherwell at Stair Park. Both sides are on six points but the Steelmen have a better goal difference.
Ayr United lead the way on nine points but have completed their games and will be overhauled by Hamilton Accies, if Martin Canning’s men win at home to Livingston. St Mirren also have six points ahead of their game against Edinburgh City in Paisley but have an inferior goal difference to both Ayr and Accies.
Morton require a win, or a shoot-out victory, against Berwick Rangers at Cappielow to be sure of top spot while Kilmarnock are favourites to finish second but will probably need all three points against Albion Rovers to have a chance of qualifying as runners-up.