Inverness CT hold a 3-1 lead after the first leg of the Ladbrokes Premiership play-off quarter-final against Ayr United at Somerset Park. John Robertson's side have an excellent record against the Honest Men this season and are favourites to set up a semi-final meeting with Dundee United, which would be played on Tuesday and Friday of next week and be shown live on BT Sport.
In the Ladbrokes Championship play-off semi-finals, both ties look very much in the balance. Forfar Athletic, who have a terrific home record, trail Raith Rovers 2-1 going into the second leg at Station Park while Queen of the South are seeking to overcome a 2-1 deficit against Montrose at Palmerston and avoid dropping into the third tier. The final is on Wednesday May 15 and Saturday May 18, with both matches live on BBC ALBA.
It's advantage Annan Athletic after their Ladbrokes League 1 play-off semi-final first-leg success at Galabank in midweek - they lead Stenhousemuir 2-0, with the Warriors aiming to avoid slipping back into League 2 following promotion via the play-offs last year. Clyde were 1-0 winners away to Edinburgh City and are bidding to complete the job at Broadwood after finishing runners-up to Peterhead in the title race. The play-off final takes place on Tuesday May 14 and Saturday May 18.
Berwick Rangers make the long journey north to play Highland League champions Cove Rangers in the first leg of the League 2 play-off decider, with the return fixture at Shielfield next weekend. Cove saw off Lowland League winners East Kilbride to reach this stage and the Borderers head for Balmoral Stadium on a poor run of form.