The third round of the IRN-BRU Cup goes ahead this weekend, with a place in Tuesday's draw for the last 16 of the competition at stake.
The 12 winners from this weekend will be joined by Crusaders and Linfield from Northern Ireland, plus Welsh clubs The New Saints and Bala Town.
Alloa Athletic boss Jack Ross (pictured) will be hoping his side can continue their outstanding start to the season when they welcome East Fife to the Indodrill Stadium in one of 10 matches on Saturday. The Wasps got their hands on the silverware in 1999/00, beating Caley Thistle on penalties after a thrilling 4-4 draw.
Falkirk, who have won this tournament four times, are at home to Elgin City while Dundee United take on 2015/16 runners-up Peterhead at Tannadice.
Raith Rovers, who claimed the silverware in 2013/14, travel to play Ladbrokes League 2 leaders Forfar Athletic at Station Park and St Mirren, who triumphed in 2005/06, go to Albion Rovers.
Queen of the South, twice previous winners, welcome Stenhousemuir - who shocked Dundee United in the 1995/96 final - to Palmerston while Brechin City and Dunfermline Athletic meet at Glebe Park.
Queen's Park entertain Morton at Hampden and Stranraer, who beat St Johnstone in the 1996/97 final, are at home to Dumbarton.
Celtic's U20 side travel to Livingston, who were winners in 2014/15, for a match that is live on Premier Sports with a 5.15pm kick-off.
There are two games on Sunday, one for live TV coverage and one rescheduled due to the Scottish Airshow at Prestwick on Saturday.
Ayr United, beaten finalists in the first two seasons of the competition, welcome former winners Airdrieonians to Somerset Park and Championship leaders Hibernian travel north to play Highland League Turriff United, live on BBC ALBA with a 3.00pm kick-off.