Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Scottish Challenge Cup game between Clyde and Ayr United.
Cowdenbeath dash Ayr United's hopes of promotion by completing an aggregate win in the Championship play-off semi-final.
Greg Stewart's double against Ayr gives Cowdenbeath the advantage after the first leg of their play-off semi-final.
Craig Malcolm's hat-trick secures a promotion play-off for Ayr, but defeated East Fife avoid outright relegation.
Dale Hilson's brace gives Forfar Athletic victory over promotion-chasing Ayr United in League One at Station Park.
Bilel Mohsni's brace helps Rangers beat Ayr and maintains the League One champions' unbeaten record in the division.
Ayr United secure a point against second-top Dunfermline Athletic to remain in the promotion play-off spots.
Falkirk and Rangers have five players each in the PFA Scotland teams of the year in their respective divisions.
Peter MacDonald, Kane Hemmings, Rory Loy and Anthony Andreu vie for Championship award.
Brechin City get back to winning ways against Ayr United as Robert Thomson and Craig Molloy grab goals.
Sean Higgins scores twice in the final three minutes as Stenhousemuir grab a dramatic win against Ayr United.
Ayr United defeat Scottish League One bottom side Arbroath, despite having Michael Donald sent off.
Michael Moffat scores twice at New Bayview as Ayr United demolish struggling East Fife in League One.
Ayr United end a run of four straight defeats with an emphatic win over 10-man Stranraer.
Gavin Swankie nets a brace as Forfar edge out Ayr United in a thrilling Somerset Park tussle.
Airdrieonians move out of the Scottish League One relegation zone with victory over nine-man Ayr United.
Dunfermline claim their third victory in a row with a comfortable win over fellow promotion chasers Ayr.
Rangers claim their ninth successive win in all competitions after surviving a stern examination at Ayr United.
Ayr United striker Michael Moffat's six-match ban for breaching betting rules is cut to four games by the Scottish FA.
Two goals by Michael Moffat eases Ayr into a three-goal lead before Arbroath's ill-fated comeback.