Buckie Thistle will take on East Kilbride in the first leg of the League 2 playoffs at Victoria Park on Saturday.
We take a look at both sides form during the season so far and the key players for both sides ahead of the big game.
A crowd of 1200 were in attendance last week when Buckie lifted the league title, and another bumper crowd is expected tomorrow.
The Form Guide
Both teams have been in top form in their respective leagues this season.
The Highland League champions have played 34 matches, winning 26, drawing four and losing four.
They scored 130 goals and conceded 36. Their biggest win was a 9-0 thrashing of Strathspey Thistle, which came last weekend as they clinched the title.
They are unbeaten at home in the league and they will be hoping to maintain that record tomorrow.
Having avoided a potential points deduction, they will now be looking to see off the challenge from the Lowland League champions.
East Kilbride have played 30 matches, winning 24, drawing 3 and losing 3. They scored 89 goals, and conceded 21. Their biggest win was a 6-0 defeat of Selkirk last August.
The Jags will be looking for a top performance from the attacking trio of John McLeod, Sam Urquhart and Chris Angus, who notched 99 goals over the course of the season.
McLeod weighed in with almost half of those goals – a whopping 46 – and he will pose the home side’s most potent goal threat.
Chris Angus’ nine minute hat-trick against Strathspey Thistle on Saturday summed up Buckie’s attacking efforts this season.
They have played a fast attacking game this season, with one goal often opening the floodgates for more.
In goal, Daniel Bell’s experience has proved invaluable, and he will be looking to add to his 13 clean sheets so far this year.
Captain Kevin Fraser has led by example, scoring 15 goals from midfield. He will look to drag his team to a positive result.
The club’s assistant manager, Lewis MacKinnon, has been an important part of The Jag’s defence, and having won two league titles with the club he will be hoping to help them break in to league football in their first appearance in the promotion playoff.
East Kilbride have some local connections of their own.
Manager Martin Lauchlan had a spell with Elgin in 2005, and defender David Proctor spent five years in the Highlands with Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Goalkeeper Matt McGinley will be a familiar face to fans of The Jags, having spent six months with the club in 2015.
They have a wealth of league experience in their squad, with Adam Strachan, Martin McBride, Sean Winter and Barry Russell having had spells in League 1 and League 2.
Winger Sean Winter has been the side’s top scorer with 17 goals this term, and he will pose a significant attacking threat in wide areas.
Captain Barry Russell is known for his tough tackling style, and he will lead by example if the game turns in to a physical battle.
Portuguese striker Joao Vitoria is another with league experience. After disappointing spells with Queens Park and Arbroath, he has found his feet at K Park, and will look to cause problems for the Buckie Thistle defence.