Dundee United and Ayr United get the weekend action under way on Friday, live on BBC Scotland at 7.05pm. It's second against third at Tannadice and if United drop points then Ross County will have the opportunity to seal the title at home to ninth-placed Partick Thistle on Saturday. There's a big derby match at East End Park as Dunfermline Athletic host a Falkirk team who have slipped back to the foot of the table. Alloa Athletic have moved out of the relegation zone after three straight wins and are level on points with Queen of the South going into Saturday's clash at the Indodrill Stadium. Morton's home game against Inverness CT has been rearranged for Tuesday due to ICT's Scottish Cup semi-final with Hearts.
Ladbrokes League 1
Arbroath need just one more point to be assured of top spot so a draw against local rivals Brechin City at Glebe Park will see Dick Campbell's side promoted. Second-placed Raith Rovers welcome Stranraer to Stark's Park, with the Blues having climbed out of the relegation area. East Fife and Montrose meet at Bayview in a vital play-off battle - Darren Young's team are a point ahead of Stewart Petrie's team, who are seeking a second successive promotion. Airdrieonians still harbour hopes of a top-four finish and take on bottom club Stenhousemuir at the Penny Cars Stadium, live on BBC ALBA at 5.15pm. Forfar Athletic play Dumbarton in the day's other game at Station Park.
Ladbrokes League 2
Peterhead can take a step closer to the title when they play relegation-threatened Albion Rovers at Balmoor. The Blue Toon are six points clear of both Edinburgh City and Clyde, who meet at Ainslie Park. A point at home to Stirling Albion will be enough to guarantee Annan Athletic a play-off spot while bottom club Berwick Rangers face Queen's Park at Shielfield. There's only pride at stake at Central Park, where Cowdenbeath go up against Elgin City.