In addition to the IRN-BRU Cup quarter-finals, there are 10 matches this weekend across the Ladbrokes Championship, League 1 and League 2.
Leaders Hibernian have the meanest defence in the SPFL, having conceded just six goals in 12 Championship games this season. Neil Lennon's men have the chance to move three points clear of Dundee United at the top when they welcome Falkirk to Easter Road on Saturday. The Bairns are just a point outside the play-offs - Morton, who are immediately above them in the table, travel to eighth-placed Dumbarton in the day's other game.
Ladbrokes League 1
With Livingston on IRN-BRU Cup duty, Brechin City have the chance to return to the top of the table. To do so, they will need to beat Airdrieonians at the Excelsior Stadium - the Diamonds strengthened their grip on fourth place with a derby win over Albion Rovers in Mark Wilson's first game as manager last weekend. Rovers host Stranraer this weekend, with Queen's Park facing Peterhead at Hampden - those four clubs are separated by just two points.
Ladbrokes League 2
Forfar Athletic have a four-point lead as they prepare to welcome Berwick Rangers to Station Park, while second-placed Elgin City entertain a Stirling Albion side who have appointed Dave Mackay as their new manager. Clyde, in third, are away to an Arbroath team who have suffered just one defeat league defeat this season and occupy fourth spot. Montrose were boosted by a midweek win at Annan Athletic and travel to struggling Cowdenbeath while improving Edinburgh City host Annan.