Alloa Athletic 1, Stenhousemuir 2
In today's Rumour Mill: Full reaction to yesterday's SFA Old Firm disciplinary decisions; Bairns suffering cashflow problems; Nish headed for the Easter Road exit door; plus the rest of the day's football news and gossip.
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BRECHIN City wilted at Glebe Park as East Fife continued to flirt with advancing into a play-off place by winning 3-1.
Alloa Athletic 1, Airdrie United 0
Airdrie United 3, Forfar Athletic 1
Former Celtic winger McGeady in demand, Man City in for El Ghanassy and McCoist wants to draw a line under Old Firm Lennon spat.
In today's Rumour Mill: Celtic edge out Rangers in bad-tempered Scottish Cup clash; Riordan aims for 100 SPL goals; Olympics fixture headache for SPL; plus the rest of the day's football news and gossip.
It was another good night for Second Division leaders Livingston as they defeated Forfar Athletic 3-0 and then left the field to learn that promotion challengers Brechin City and Ayr United had dropped points to extend the West Lothian side's lead at the top of the table.
FIRST DIVISION Morton v Falkirk
Ayr 0, Livingston 3
Queen of the South's first home league fixture since 13 November, against Ross County, failed to be played to a conclusion last night as a corner of Palmerston Park was plunged into darkness midway through the second half due to floodlight failure.
Ayr United 4, Stenhousemuir 3
SCOTTISH Cup fourth round ties at Queen of the South, Morton and Falkirk were called off today as the weather continued to play havoc with the weekend football card.
THE return of the wintry weather in Scotland has forced several clubs in the Scottish Football League to call off matches, with more cancellations expected.
DUMBARTON are finally hoping to celebrate a decade at Strathclyde Homes Stadium this Saturday when Forfar come calling after being kept waiting for more than a month to mark the occasion because of the weather.
Ayr United 2 Roberts 11 Pen; McKay 77 Dumbarton 0
The big freeze continues to disrupt fixtures across Scotland with a number of Boxing Day matches postponed.
Tonight's Scottish Cup third round replay between Threave Rovers and Stenhousemuir has been called off as the Meadow Park pitch in Castle Douglas remains frozen.
THE SFA have drafted in foreign officials to break the Scottish referee strike this weekend, but some matches will still not go ahead. Here is a list of the matches that are on and off.
Airdrie United 0, Livingston 1 Substitute Iain Russell was the difference as Livingston won the points from their visit to the Excelsior Stadium.