The leading four clubs in Ladbrokes League 1 are in direct opposition this weekend, with big games at the Excelsior Stadium and Somerset Park.
Airdrieonians (3) v Dunfermline Athletic (2) - Saturday, 3.00pm
Airdrie have won three, drawn one and lost three of their seven home games.
Dunfermline have won four, drawn one and lost one on their travels.
It ended 1-1 when the sides met at East End Park on September 26.
Dunfermline are on a run of seven games without defeat.
Airdrie were 3-2 winners against Forfar at Station Park last weekend.
Ayr United (1) v Albion Rovers (4) - Saturday, 3.00pm
Ayr are unbeaten in 12 league games, the best run of any team in the SPFL.
Albion Rovers beat Ayr 3-0 at Cliftonhill on the opening day of the season.
Ayr have won four and drawn two of their six home games in 2015/16.
Albion Rovers have won two, drawn two and lost three of their seven away games.
Ayr drew 1-1 at Brechin last week but Rovers' game with Cowdenbeath was postponed.
Cowdenbeath (8) v Brechin City (10) - Saturday, 3.00pm
Cowdenbeath have lost just one of their six home games this season.
Brechin have won two, drawn one and lost four of their seven away games.
Brechin won 2-0 when the sides met at Glebe Park on September 26.
The teams are separated by a single point in the Ladbrokes League 1 table.
Cowdenbeath are unbeaten in their last three matches.
Stenhousemuir (5) v Forfar Athletic (7) - Saturday, 3.00pm
Stenhousemuir's home record is four wins, one draw and two defeats.
Forfar have won two, drawn two and lost two of their six away matches.
Stenhousemuir have won their last two matches.
Forfar are on a run of seven games without a victory.
Forfar won 4-1 when the sides met at Station Park on August 22.