Falkirk edge out Raith Rovers to stay within two points of new leaders Hamilton and keep alive their title hopes.
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.
Falkirk can pounce if Dundee and Hamilton slip in the closing stages of the Championship race, says keeper Michael McGovern.
Falkirk beat Queen of the South to go to within two points of second-place Hamilton in the Scottish Championship.
Rory Loy scores a hat-trick as Falkirk boost their title hopes with a convincing win over Cowdenbeath
Falkirk Supporters Society warns of a potentially damaging split with the club over electing of a fan to the board.
Falkirk win at Dens Park to boost their slim Scottish Championship title hopes and dent Dundee's in the process.
Falkirk preserve their slim Scottish Championship title hopes with victory over 10-man Dumbarton.
Alloa Athletic claim their first home win of the year with a comfortable victory against 10-man Falkirk.
Hamilton Accies keep up the pressure on leaders Dundee with a home win against third-placed Falkirk.
Substitute Blair Alston rescues a point for 10-man Falkirk against Livingston.
Falkirk stay in touch with Scottish Championship leaders Dundee with victory over Raith Rovers.
Mark Millar's penalty gives Falkirk a win over Queen of the South and moves them closer to league leaders Dundee.
Falkirk's Scottish Championship title hopes suffer a blow after Dumbarton come from behind to beat the Bairns.
Falkirk lose their place at the top of the league after Gavin Reilly's double clinches victory for Queen of the South.
Mark Millar's second-half penalty secures a draw for leaders Falkirk against bottom side Morton.
Falkirk midfielder Jay Fulton joins Swansea but their bid for defender Stephen Kingsley is rebuffed.
Carlisle striker Mark Beck moves to Falkirk on loan until the end of May and Josh Todd joins Annan Athletic permanently.
Falkirk replace Dundee at the top of the Scottish Championship with victory over John Brown's side.