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Friday 26th April 2019

Weekend preview

There's a big weekend of football coming up across all four divisions of the SPFL, with titles at stake and relegation battles hotting up...

Ladbrokes Premiership
Leaders Celtic will pay tribute to the legendary Billy McNeill at their home game against Kilmarnock on Saturday, which is live on Sky Sports at 12.30pm. The Hoops need four more points to secure the Ladbrokes Premiership title so could be crowned champions if they win and Rangers slip up against Aberdeen at Ibrox on Sunday, with the Dons having already beaten Steven Gerrard's men three times in Glasgow this season. The final Edinburgh derby of 2018/19 is at Easter Road on Sunday, live on BT Sport at 12.15pm. Hearts won 1-0 there in December but Hibernian are still unbeaten in the Premiership under Paul Heckingbottom. Bottom club Dundee are six points adrift after eight straight defeats and have a poor recent record against Motherwell, who they face at Fir Park. St Mirren, who occupy the relegation play-off spot, are at home to St Johnstone and Hamilton Accies host Livingston.

Ladbrokes Championship
Leaders Ross County need a draw against Queen of the South in Dingwall to seal the title after last week's win at Ayr all but saw them over the line. Second-placed Dundee Unietd are six points behind with a much worse goal difference - they host bottom club Falkirk on Saturday. The Bairns are one of six teams covered by just six points in an incredible relegation battle. Alloa Athletic, who occupy ninth spot, are at home to an Inverness CT side preparing for the play-offs and Partick Thistle host Ayr United, who they beat at Somerset Park in midweek. Dunfermline Athletic and Morton are also still in danger as they prepare to meet at East End Park.

Ladbrokes League 1
Champions Arbroath are away to an Airdrieonians side who can't now make the plays-offs. Second-placed Forfar Athletic take on Montrose in the latest Angus derby at Station Park, with the visitors knowing a win would secure a top-four finish. Raith Rovers, in third spot, play Brechin City at Stark's Park - City are above bottom club Stenhousemuir only on goal difference. The Warriors entertain East Fife, who must win to keep their play-off hopes alive. Dumbarton are at home to Stranraer, with both teams having secured their League 1 status last weekend.

Ladbrokes League 2
Leaders Peterhead know a win against Stirling Albion at Balmoor will see them become champions and they have an excellent recent record against the Binos. In-form Clyde are four points back in second spot going into their Broadwood clash with Queen's Park and there's a huge match at Shielfield, where Berwick Rangers must beat Albion Rovers to avoid a play-off against East Kilbride or Cove Rangers. Annan Athletic and Edinburgh City, who have both secured top-four finishes, are at home to Cowdenbeath and Elgin City respectively.