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Morton boss Allan Moore says Saturday's convincing victory over Airdrie has set his side up for a "cup final" against leaders Partick.
Robbie Winters and Adam Ashgar have joined Dumbarton as they look to battle against relegation from Division One.
Dumbarton boss Ian Murray admits his players are tired but believes they only need to win two more games to stay in Division One.
Following his release from Dunfermline, striker Andrew Barrowman has put pen to paper on a short-term deal with Dundee.
Partick striker Steven Lawless believes being top of the league will give his side a huge advantage going into the promotion run-in.
Dunfermline manager Jim Jefferies insists that he faces a battle to hold on to striker Craig Dargo as the club enters administration.
Dunfermline's players have reacted with shock and trepidation after a number of the squad were made redundant by the administrator
The administrator charged with the task of trying to save Dunfermline admits there will be many redundancies in the coming days.
Dunfermline manager Jim Jefferies says it is "amazing" the Pars still have a first-team squad given the club's financial troubles.
Dunfermline honorary director Jim Leishman says the beleaguered club has applied to be placed in administration.
Livingston have confirmed Richie Burke as their new manager, with former Scotland international Mark Burchill named his assistant.
Morton boss Allan Moore is still confident of promotion and believes the club's potential is "frightening" if they make it to the SPL.
Partick Thistle chairman David Beattie feels they have a good team in place after Alan Archibald was confirmed as permanent manager.
Dunfermline have been handed a boost with the news that Josh Falkingham and Andrew Barrowman are set to return to the side.
Dunfermline manager Jim Jefferies has urged the fans to turn out in numbers this weekend for what could be club's final game.
Partick Thistle have handed a trial to former Livingston midfielder Bobby Barr with a view to possibly signing him on a contract.
Goalkeeper Kevin Cuthbert feels Hamilton need to toughen up at the back if they are to start climbing the Division One table.
Jordan McMillan claims the Dunfermline players are staying focused on football despite the financial uncertainty surrounding the club.
Dunfermline Athletic midfielder Andy Geggan has said he loves playing against Raith after scoring his second goal against them.
Raith Rovers boss Grant Murray is expecting a tough derby with Dunfermline despite the uncertainty surrounding the Pars.
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