It’s matchday three in the Betfred Cup this weekend, with Friday night football at Ochilview followed by 15 games on Saturday afternoon.
East Fife (pictured) are the group leaders with five points from a possible six and have home advantage against a Peterhead side who beat Forfar in midweek. Dundee take on Dumbarton at Dens Park aiming to bounce back from last weekend's shoot-out defeat at Bayview.
St Johnstone and Falkirk meet at McDiarmid Park, live on BT Sport at 3.00pm. Both sides have already beaten Elgin City but the Bairns were shocked by Stirling Albion on matchday one. Brechin, who beat the Binos at Glebe Park on Tuesday, travel to Borough Briggs.
There's an intriguing tie in prospect in the Highlands as Inverness Caley Thistle, who opened up with a win at Cowdenbeath, host a Dundee United side fresh from thumping the Blue Brazil 6-1 in midweek. Dunfermline, who began their campaign with a 3-0 victory over Arbroath on Tuesday, make the short journey to Central Park.
Holders Ross County welcome group leaders Raith Rovers to the Global Energy Stadium, having been the free team in midweek. Montrose, who have suffered two narrow defeats, entertain an Alloa side who saw off Cove Rangers 4-0 on Tuesday.
A pair of 2-0 wins over Queen's Park and Airdrieonians sees Gavin Skelton's Queen of the South side top the table ahead of their visit to Partick Thistle, who beat Airdrie last Friday and sat out in midweek. The Diamonds and Stenhousemuir are both seeking their first points as they meet at the Excelsior Stadium.
There's Friday night football at Ochilview as Lowland League East Stirlingshire go up against Rangers, live on BT Sport with a 7.45pm kick-off. Shire conceded twice in injury time to lose 3-1 at Stranraer in midweek while Rangers have beaten both Motherwell and Annan Athletic 2-0. Jim Chapman’s men host Mark McGhee's team at Galabank on Saturday.
St Mirren are the pacesetters after beating Livingston and Ayr United and face a big game at the SuperSeal Stadium against Hamilton Accies, whose only outing so far was a 2-1 defeat at Somerset Park. Ayr United host SPFL newcomers Edinburgh City in the other match.
Morton lead the way with five points out of six ahead of their visit to group favourites Kilmarnock, who beat Clyde 2-1 at Broadwood last weekend. The Bully Wee are looking to get off the mark at home to a Berwick side who lost to Albion Rovers in a midweek shoot-out at Shielfield.