There's a big day of play-off football ahead on Saturday, with six matches taking place.
Hibernian and Raith Rovers meet at Easter Road, kick-off 12.30pm, with the Kirkcaldy club leading 1-0 from the first leg at Stark's Park. The winners will play Falkirk over two legs next week for a place in the Ladbrokes Premiership play-off final.
Ayr United and Stranraer are on course to meet in the Championship play-off final. Ayr welcome Peterhead to Somerset Park, having racked up a 4-1 win at Balmoor in the first leg of the semi-final in midweek. Stranraer take a 5-2 lead to Livingston, who need a remarkable turnaround to avoid relegation.
Clyde beat Elgin City 3-1 at Broadwood on Tuesday but Jim Weir's side will hope their excellent home record this season gives them a chance of hitting back while Queen's Park are in a strong position as they take a two-goal advantage to Cowdenbeath.
In the first leg of the play-off for a place in League 2 next season, bottom club East Stirlingshire travel to Meadowbank Stadium to take on Lowland League winners Edinburgh City, who beat Highland League champions Cove Rangers to reach this stage.
There is no away goals rule in the play-offs. Extra time and, if necessary, penalty kicks will settle the outcome if aggregate scores are level.