Dundee United have a 14-point lead in the Ladbrokes Championship going into their game against Partick Thistle at Firhill. The Jags are just above the relegation zone but have lost only one of their last five matches. Inverness CT v Queen of the South has been postponed and it's fourth against third as Dundee host Ayr United. Morton have the chance to move level on points with Dunfermline Athletic when the teams meet at Cappielow while Alloa Athletic are four points adrift at the foot of the table going into their clash with Arbroath at the Indodrill Stadium.
The top five clubs in Ladbrokes League 1 are separated by only six points, with Raith Rovers leading the way. John McGlynn’s men are away to second-bottom Forfar, who have lost three of their last four games. Second-placed Airdrieonians - with six away wins already this season - head for Methil to play East Fife. Falkirk, who are in third spot and unbeaten in seven matches, go to Peterhead. Dumbarton host Clyde and bottom club Stranraer welcome in-form Montrose to Stair Park.
Cove Rangers and Edinburgh City continue to set the pace in Ladbrokes League 2. Cove have a two-point advantage at the summit going into their game against Stirling Albion at Forthbank while City are seeking a sixth straight win when they play Queen’s Park at Ainslie Park. Third-placed Cowdenbeath are up against Albion Rovers at Central Park and Annan Athletic, who occupy the final play-off spot, are at home to Elgin City. There’s a vital game at Ochilview as Stenhousemuir play Brechin City, with only two points separating the teams at the bottom.