There's league cup action north of the Border as Berwick Rangers travel to Kilmarnock while Queen of the South, who are undefeated so far this season take on Morton.
The Doonhamers are joint top of the Scottish Championship with Rangers while newly promoted Morton are struggling, but James Fowler says he won't be taking the visitors lightly.
Two cousins aged just 11 and 9 have raised more than £21,000 for charity
Callum Murray from Hawick and his cousin Finn ran 100 miles in 100 days to help buy toys and treats for children in hospital.
Callum was diagnosed with AML leukaemia four years ago and is now in remission
Carlisle hammer thrower Nick Miller eased his way into the final at the World Athletics Championships in Beijing, with a throw of 77.44 metres.
The 22-year-old needed just one attempt during qualifications at the Bird's Nest. His throw was just short of the 77.55 metres he threw last month to break the 31-year-old British record. The Commonwealth Games silver medallist will compete in the final tomorrow.
Last month Nick was back home from studying in America and training at the Sheepmount Stadium in Carlisle. Hannah McNulty caught up with him, watch her report again here
Carlisle crashed to their first defeat of the season away to Plymouth Argyle.
All of Plymouth's strikes came within a 22 minute spell that badly exposed a defence that has now conceded ten goals in the last four outings.
Plymouth's first goal came just before the half, as Jake Jervis shot a cannonball straight past Mark Gillespie.
United's fears were realised right after the break, as Argyle's Reid and Carey stole a goal each in quick succession.
It wasn't long before former Carlisle loanee Jervis was back on the scoreboard again as he snuck into the box unmarked and finished clinically.
By the time Joe Thompson had secured a late consolation goal, it was too little too late as Carlisle's unbeaten run and goal difference took a hammering.
Carlisle United have been beaten 4-0 away to Plymouth.
It'll be a long way home for supporters who will making a 780 mile round trip for tonights game.
Goals for Plymouth Argyle came from Graham Carey, Jake Jervis (2) and Reuben Reid.
A goal came in the 92nd minute from Joe Thompson for Carlisle
Para-athlete Shelby Watson was given a warm welcome in her hometown of Johnstonebridge after winning five gold medals at the Cerebral Palsy World Games.
Shelby's dad Russ can't believe the progress she has made in only 2 years.
Family and friends came to congratulate Shelby on her 5 gold medals from the Cerebral Palsy World Games.
Carlisle United fans face the longest away trip in the Football League tonight.
The Blues will make a round trip of nearly eight hundred miles to Plymouth Argyle for their fourth game of the new season.
Even though kick-off isn't until quarter to eight, supporters have already left Brunton Park to make their way to Plymouth.
The total journey from Carlisle to Plymouth and back again is thought to take just over 12 hours.
As supporter and players set off for plymouth here are some other journey distance's to put it into perspective.
Para-athlete Shelby Watson has been given a heroes welcome in her hometown of Johnstonebridge after winning an incredible five gold medals at the Cerebral Palsy World Games.
She says she was overwhelmed by the pipe band that played as she arrived home and shocked at how many people had come to celebrate her homecoming.
Carlisle United fans face the longest away trip in the football League tonight when they make the near eight hundred mile round trip to Plymouth Argyle in League Two.
It's United's fourth game of the new season with a cup win and two league draws so far.