There’s another big weekend of football coming up in the SPFL – here are four games to look out for…
Rangers v Kilmarnock - Ladbrokes Premiership
Rangers lost to Celtic last weekend but are five points clear of third-placed Aberdeen. Killie have been in great form under Steve Clarke and have climbed to fifth in the table - only the Dons have managed to beat them since the end of October.
Queen of the South v St Mirren - Ladbrokes Championship
St Mirren have a 10-point lead over Livingston and are looking to take another step towards the title. Queens are aiming to bounce back from a midweek loss to Dundee United and gain ground in the play-off race. The two clubs directly above them, Dunfermline and Morton, meet at East End Park.
Raith Rovers v East Fife - Ladbrokes League 1
The Fife derby at Stark's Park takes place on Sunday and is live on BBC ALBA with a 4.10pm kick-off. Rovers were knocked off the summit in midweek when they lost at Forfar and Ayr United drew at Arbroath. East Fife have won three on the bounce to revive their play-off hopes while Raith are aiming to end a four-match sequence without a victory.
Montrose v Peterhead - Ladbrokes League 2
There's a huge game in prospect at Links Park as the title rivals go head to head. Peterhead are top on goal difference but lost to Stenhousemuir on Tuesday while Montrose, who have a game in hand, beat Annan Athletic. The Blue Toon won 6-2 on their last visit to Links Park at the end of December but Stewart Petrie's men hit back with a 1-0 success at Balmoor in February.