A number of issues have still to be decided going into an exciting final weekend in the Ladbrokes Championship, League 1 and League 2.
Here’s what’s at stake on the last afternoon of 2016/17…
Hibernian are already champions and will receive the trophy after their game against St Mirren. Falkirk, Dundee United and Morton will contest the play-offs with the Bairns currently second. United could leapfrog them if they beat Morton at Cappielow and Falkirk fail to win at Dumbarton.
Ayr United are bottom and need a 5-0 win at Stark's Park to avoid the drop. Raith Rovers themselves must win and hope St Mirren lose to Hibs at Easter Road to escape the relegation play-off. Raith could match Dumbarton's points tally but the Sons have nine of a better goal difference and look safe.
Ladbrokes League 1
Livingston are champions and received the trophy last weekend, with Alloa Athletic in runners-up spot. The remaining two play-off places are up for grabs and are currently occupied by Airdrieonians and Brechin, who are level on points and goal difference. East Fife are in fifth spot, three points behind but with a better goal difference. They must win at Stranraer and hope one of the Diamonds, who host Queen's Park, or Brechin, who go to Stenhousemuir lose. Queen’s Park could still make it but require a 4-0 win away to Airdrie.
Peterhead or Stenhousemuir will finish bottom, with the other set for the play-offs. Stranraer, in eighth, could theoretically be caught by the Warriors but their vastly-superior goal difference all but rules that out. Peterhead are 10th, one point below Stenhousemuir but with a better goal difference. The Blue Toon are at home to Alloa while Stenny welcome Brechin to Ochilview.
Ladbrokes League 2
It's helicopter Saturday! The trophy will be delivered to either Forthbank - where leaders Arbroath face Stirling Albion or Station Park - where Forfar play Annan Athletic. The Red Lichties have a one-point advantage and a better goal difference. Annan are confirmed in third place and will be joined in the play-offs by one of Arbroath or Forfar. Fourth place is still up for grabs - Montrose are in pole position as they prepare to host Clyde but are only a point ahead of Elgin, who have a much better goal difference. City finish at home to bottom club Cowdenbeath.
Cowdenbeath must win at Elgin to have any chance of avoiding 10th place and a play-off with Buckie Thistle or East Kilbride to retain their SPFL status. Clyde, who travel to Montrose, and Berwick, at home to Edinburgh City, need only a draw to be safe but defeat for either could see them leapfrogged by the Blue Brazil on goal difference.