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..
A goal from Gary Madine saw Carlisle United secure three points at Brunton Park by beating promotion chasing Swindon Town by a goal to nil.
- Carlisle United 1-0 Swindon Town
- East Fife 1-1 Stranraer
- Clyde 0-3 Annan Athletic
- Sterling 2-1 Berwick Rangers
In other results Stranraer drew with East Fife in Scottish League One to keep them in the play off places, and in Scottish League Two Annan Athletic continued their own play off push with a three nil victory over Clyde, while Berwick Rangers lost to Stirling.
Greenock Morton Football Club has released a statement after a spectator died in the crowd at its home game against Queen of the South.
It is with deep regret that our match today against Queen of the South F.C. was abandoned due to the tragic death of one of our loyal supporters during the game.
All at Greenock Morton Football Club would like to take this opportunity to extend our heartfelt sympathy to all family and friends of the gentleman concerned.
We would further like to register our appreciation for the efforts of the emergency services, St Andrews First Aiders and stewards who carried our their duties in a professional and caring manner throughout.
The club also thanked supporters from both teams for their patience and 'great respect'.
Queen of the South's Scottish Championship game at Greenock Morton was abandoned after the death of a home fan in the crowd.
The supporter collapsed 10 minutes into the game. Referee Don Robertson halted play after becoming aware of a problem.
The decision to call off the game was mad by both teams.
The death is not suspicious.
Carlisle 2 Colchester 4
Queen of the South 1 Raith Rovers 0
Scottish League One:
Stranraer v East Fife Postponed
Scottish League Two:
Annan Athletic 0 Clyde 1
Berwick 4 Stirling 0
Things are looking up for Queen of the South. Not only is the club pulling away from the relegation zone in the Scottish Championship, but they also have something else to smile about.
The club's new state-of-the art indoor pitches have just opened, and they're proving a big hit with players and the public, as Lori Carnochan explains:
Queen of the South have unveiled new state-of-the-art indoor pitches at their ground in Dumfries.
They're designed for the club's players and the public, as Lori Carnochan reports.
Two brand new state-of-the-art indoor football pitches are now up and running at Queen of the South Football Club.
As well as providing an all-weather training ground for the Doonhamers, the new facilities at Palmerston Park are also open to the public.
It has has been partly funded by the Holywood Trust.
Queen of the South narrowly lost out on a place in the quarter-finals of the Scottish League Cup after taking Hearts to penalties.
The Doonhamers knocked out title holders St Mirren in the previous round, but it was the Jambos who booked their place in the last eight after beating Queens 4-2.
The Tynecastle side put themselves ahead three times, but the visitors fought back, and after 90 minutes it was all square on the scoreboard.
Dale Carrick netted the winning penalty as the Premier League side progressed to the next round.
Queens Manager Jim McIntyre said that despite the end result, he was very impressed with his men, and the supporters.
“First and foremost the pride I have in the players. We went behind three times and just kept at it. I thought we passed the ball extremely well and created good goalscoring opportunities. We just needed to be a bit more ruthless.
“I dont think it was a penalty kick which gave Hearts a lift and the third one as well I think the ball is out of play and my defenders saying that it wasn't a corner either so they`re really disappointing things but if we talk about those decisions it takes away a lot from the game.
“I thought we were excellent but you`ve got to credit Hearts. Hearts were ruthless when they got their opportunities so fair play to them.
“From our point of view we’ve got to look at how well weve performed and it’s not the first time weve performed like that this season.”
It is a big night for Queen of the South as they play Rangers at Palmerston Park in the quarter final of the Ramsdens Cup.
Queen of the South are the Cup holders and they beat Rangers on the way to the final last season, in a dramatic penalty shootout.
Extra security is in place to ensure it is a good night on and off the pitch for the 7000 fans.
Kim Inglis reports: