There’s a big weekend of football ahead in the Ladbrokes Championship, League 1 and League 2 – we look at some of the numbers behind the games:
9 Raith Rovers are aiming to make it nine matches without defeat in the Ladbrokes Championship when they meet Dumbarton at the Cheaper Insurance Direct Stadium on Saturday, live on BBC ALBA at 5.15pm. Ray McKinnon's men are already assured of a play-off place after a run of six wins and two draws in their last eight outings but it's a big game for the Sons, who would take a huge step towards securing their Championship status if they win.
4 Renfrewshire rivals Morton and St Mirren are separated by four points in the Championship table. Jim Duffy's team are in fifth place as they prepare to travel to the Paisley 2021 Stadium on Saturday, with Alex Rae's men in seventh spot. It was 1-1 when the sides met in Paisley earlier in the season but Saints came out on top at Cappielow at New Year.
1 Ladbrokes League 1 champions Dunfermline Athletic have lost just once on their travels this season – 2-1 at Peterhead back in August. They head for Stair Park on Saturday, to play fourth-placed Stranraer, aiming to make it 15 away league games without defeat.
5 The bottom four clubs in Ladbrokes League 1 are separated by only four points with three fixture rounds remaining. Brechin, a point adrift at the foot of the table, have home advantage against Peterhead while Forfar, who occupy the relegation play-off place, welcome Airdrieonians to Station Park. Stenhousemuir (8th) are at home to Ayr United and Cowdenbeath (7th) go to Albion Rovers.
7 East Fife have established a seven-point lead at the top of Ladbrokes League 2 on the back of an outstanding run of 11 wins, two draws and just one defeat in their last 14 games. Victory over Clyde at Broadwood on Saturday will see Gary Naysmith's men crowned champions.
1 There is just one point between Annan Athletic, Clyde, Queen's Park and Elgin City in the race to finish in the top four in Ladbrokes League 2, with one club set to miss out on the play-offs. There is a massive game at Borough Briggs on Saturday as Elgin host Queen's Park - the Spiders also still have to play both Clyde and Annan this season.