DUNDEE UNITED need to pick up points from their games in hand to have a chance of finishing second in the Championship.
St Mirren have all but clinched the title and runners-up spot, which means fewer play-off matches, is between Livingston and United.
Surprise guys Livi are seven points clear but Csaba Laslzo's side have three games in hand so need to make inroads starting tonight.
United face a QoS side they beat 3-1 last midweek and the Dumfries men also went down3-1 to St Mirren on Saturday.
The Tangerines are 9-10 at McBookie to win and should do so while a third 3-1 loss in a row for Queens pays 15-1 at McBookie.
Elsewhere in the Championship Brechin are still winless and just about down as they prepare to entertain a Dunfermline side battling with Morton for the final play-off slot.
Brechin's best chance of a first win came and went on Saturday when they were beaten 3-1 at home to second-bottom Dumbarton. The Pars are a best 8-15 at Betway and I'd consider them minus one at 7-5 with BetBright.
Ayr have surged into a three-point lead at the top of League One and can extend it to six by winning at Albion Rovers. They are 5-11 at 188Bet.
Airdrie tackle Alloa after earning a 2-2 draw at Recreation Park at the weekend. Both to score again pays a best 4-6 at bet365.
In League Two Clyde continue to impress and will expect to win at Edinburgh City at 31-20 with Black Type. Edinburgh though picked up a good point at home to Stirling at the weekend so it might be right to keep the draw on side by going Clyde draw no bet at 5-6 with betfair.
Stenhousemuir welcome a Cowdenbeath side whose win at home to Elgin on Saturday was their first this year. Can't see them making it a second and Stenny are 6-10 at Marathonbet.
- Dundee United
- Dunfermline -1
- Airdrie v Alloa btts
- Clyde draw no bet