Div 1 play-off final – Dunfermline v Alloa (4.05pm, live BBC ALBA)
Div 2 play-off final – Peterhead v East Fife (3pm)
The SFL season closes on Sunday with the second legs of the play-off finals and I'll be on Peterhead and Alloa to qualify at the expense of East Fife and Dunfermline respectively.
Peterhead's top scorer Rory McAllister failed to fire as the Highlanders were held 0-0 at New Bayview in midweek. It halted a 10-match winning sequence but wasn't a bad result with home advantage to follow.
At home they should beat an East Fife side with just one win since the start of January – but three successive draws over 90 minutes in the play-offs.
Jim McInally's men are a best 23-20 with BetVictor for the home win that guarantees promotion and 1-2 at McBookie.com to qualify. Twenty-three-goal hitman McAllister is 9-2 at William Hill to bag the opener.
I'll be on the former Inverness and Brechin striker but co-forward Andy Rodgers can't be ruled out at 9-2 with McBookie.com to break the deadlock.
The other play-off final sees Dunfermline trying to engineer another a great escape by coming from three down to KO Alloa.
This time the feat looks beyond Jim Jefferies' men who recovered from 4-1 down to beat Forfar 6-4 on aggregate in the semi-finals.
Three Forfar reds contributed to their collapse and I can't see Alloa going the same way as they're a much better and more disciplined side.
In fact there's a chance Paul Hartley's impressive outfit can win at East End Park to clinch a successive promotion in style. They are a best 7-4 at boylesports and star striker Kevin Cawley is the same price to score with McBookie.com.
He caused the Pars defenders no end of problems in the first leg and could take advantage of the extra space given him as the home side push for goals. Cawley is 13-2 at McBookie to score first and 7-4 to net at any time.
I expect plenty of goals in this game and it will feature on my both teams to score line that will be posted later.
McAllister to score first
(9-2, William Hill)
Cawley to score