There are no games in the Ladbrokes Premiership this weekend due to the international break but there is plenty of action elsewhere.
Here are four matches to look out for...
Queen's Park v Peterhead - Petrofac Training Cup
A place in the final of the Petrofac Training Cup is at stake at Hampden as League 2 Queen's Park host League 1 Peterhead. Gus MacPherson's side beat Elgin City 2-1 in the quarter-finals while Jim McInally's men saw off Stenhousemuir 3-0. The winners will play Rangers or St Mirren - who meet in the second semi-final at Ibrox on November 28 - in April's final.
Falkirk v Alloa Athletic - Ladbrokes Championship
International call-ups mean only two games go ahead in the Championship this weekend - Morton play Queen of the South in the other - and Falkirk have the chance to close the gap on second-placed Hibernian to one point. Peter Houston's men were 2-1 winners away to Raith Rovers on Saturday while Alloa remain five points adrift at the foot of the table after losing 4-0 at Ibrox.
Ayr United v Albion Rovers - Ladbrokes League 1
Albion Rovers are the only team to have beaten leaders Ayr United in the league this season - at Cliftonhill back on day one. Darren Young was today named Manager of the Month for October and will be hoping to make it a double against Ian McCall's team. Rovers are fourth in the table and are well rested after their home match with Cowdenbeath was called off on Saturday and again on Tuesday.
Annan Athletic v Berwick Rangers - Ladbrokes League 2
Leaders Annan are looking to bounce back from last week's 3-2 defeat at Elgin, which reduced their lead at the top to three points. New Berwick boss John Coughlin takes charge for the first time, having watched the 2-1 reverse to Stirling Albion from the stand. Annan ran out 4-1 winners at Galabank when the sides met on Scottish Cup duty last month.