Previews of this weekend’s games in the Ladbrokes Championship, with leaders Rangers at home to Alloa and second-placed Hibernian at St Mirren.
Morton (6) v Livingston (7) – Saturday, 3.00pm
Morton have drawn three out of five at home, winning one and losing one.
Livingston's away record is two wins, one draw and three defeats.
Morton won 4-2 away to Livingston on the first weekend in September.
Livi have beaten Queen of the South 4-1 and Raith Rovers 3-0 in their last two games.
Morton have also won their last two games, against Alloa and Dumbarton.
Queen of the South (5) v Dumbarton (9) – Saturday, 3.00pm
Queens have lost four out of seven at home, winning one and drawing two.
Dumbarton's away record is one win, one draw and three defeats.
Queen of the South won 2-0 away to Dumbarton on August 22.
Dumbarton have lost five of their last six matches.
Queen of the South won 2-1 at Alloa last week after losing the previous two games.
Raith Rovers (4) v Falkirk (3) – Saturday, 3.00pm
Raith Rovers won five out of five at home before losing 2-1 to Hibernian.
Falkirk's away record is three wins, two draws and one defeat.
Falkirk ran out 1-0 winners when the sides met back in mid-August.
The Bairns have won three of their last four games.
Rovers have lost the last two matches after winning five straight.
Rangers (1) v Alloa Athletic (10) – Saturday, 3.00pm
Rangers have won six out of six at home, scoring 17 goals and conceding three.
Alloa's only win this season was 2-0 at Dumbarton in early September.
Rangers won 5-1 when the sides met at the Indodrill Stadium on August 16.
Alloa have lost their last three games since drawing 1-1 with St Mirren.
Rangers' 100% record came to an end with a 2-1 defeat at Easter Road on Sunday.
St Mirren (8) v Hibernian (2) – Saturday, 3.00pm
St Mirren have yet to win at home this season, drawing two and losing four.
Hibernian have won four out of six on the road, losing at Dumbarton and Ibrox.
It was 1-1 when the teams met at Easter Road on September 26.
Saints have lost their last two matches after going three undefeated.
Hibernian have won eight and drawn one of their last nine games.