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Queen of the South meet with Alloa at Palmerston Park for their first game of the season.
To commemorate mental health awareness week Queen of the South Striker Iain Russell has spoken of his fight against depression, in an industry where mental strength has been seen as essential to success.
But Iain is determined to help other footballers suffering from mental health issues by asking them to speak out.
He was diagnosed with depression three years ago, far from hampering his career, the reaction from the football community has been overwhelmingly positive.
It has been a bad day for three of South Scotland’s promotion-chasing teams. Queen of the South, Stranraer and Annan Athletic were all knocked out of the play-offs in their respective leagues.
In the Championship, Queen of the South were beaten 3-0 at Falkirk, making it 4-3 on aggregate.
Stranraer travelled to Dunfermline in League One, where they too were beaten 3-0. That made the aggregate score line 4-2.
Annan Atheltic welcomed Stirling in League Two but the visitors beat them 5-3 on the day and 8-4 over both legs.
You can see more on all the day’s action here.
It's a crucial weekend for teams competing in Scottish Football's promotion play-offs.
From our point of view the glass is half empty for Annan Athletic, but very much half full for Stranraer and Queen of the South.
The Scottish Professional Football League play-offs begin tonight with Queen of the South welcoming Falkirk to Palmerston Park.
It's the first leg of the play-off quarter final and the Doonhamers will be hoping to take advantage of the home fixture.
The match winners will then face Hamilton Academical over two legs.
Kick off is at 6.45pm..
Carlisle United have been relegated and will play in league Two next season after a defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The Blues faced an uphill struggle against the league one champions and went down 3-0 at the Molineaux Stadium.
That was enough to seal their fate and put an end to their disappointing season.
Almost 1000 fans travelled to support United, but were left asking questions of their club and asking for some serious changes to be made next year.
Carlisle United boss Graham Kavanagh says he needs to create a better squad for next season. United have their final game of this season against Wolves on Saturday afternoon with only slim hopes of avoiding relegation.
Carlisle United are preparing for their game against Wolverhampton, needing a win to have any chance of survival in League One. To avoid relegation United need three points and for both Tranmere and Crewe Alexandra to lose. Even then Carlisle would need a substantial swing in goal difference.
Carlisle United's season may look set to end in disappointment but one supporter has made it a memorable one.
Brian Little from Appleby reached a historic milestone at Tuesday's midweek game against Crawley Town.
He joined the elite club of people who have visited all 92 football league grounds and has now seen a game at every league ground in England.
Carlisle's battle to stay in League One continued tonight as they travelled to mid-table Crawley.
Liam Noble's shot hit the bar after 56 minutes but that was the Blues' best chance and it finished goalless.
Carlisle's fate will now be decided this Saturday: they need to beat Wolves away from home and see other results go their way.
You can see more on all the day's action here.
Carlisle United face a do-or-die fixture against Crawley Town tonight.
The team travelled to West Sussex by train yesterday.
Manager Graham Kavanagh says he wants his team to forget about Saturday's 1-0 defeat to Oldham and focus on winning their last two matches.
If his team lose tonight, they face relegation.