Tennent’s Men’s Premiership & National Leagues Preview | 18 February
Find out all you need to know ahead of another weekend of Tennent's Men's Premiership and National League Division 1 action.
There are four rescheduled fixtures taking place this weekend in the Men’s Tennent’s Premiership.
Musselburgh play their final league fixture of the season when they travel to Glasgow Hawks.
The East Lothian side could guarantee their safety this weekend by bettering GHA’s result.
They would also guarantee safety by picking up a bonus point win should Heriot’s Blues not get any points this weekend.
Glasgow Hawks v Musselburgh – Balgray, 2pm
GHA will also look to secure their spot in the Premiership for next season when they travel to league leaders Hawick.
GHA can guarantee safety by bettering Musselburgh’s result, or with a bonus point win should Heriot’s Blues not pick up any points.
Hawick need two points or more from the fixture to guarantee top spot ahead of the playoffs.
Hawick v GHA – Mansfield Park, 3pm
Jed-Forest can climb to sixth in the table with a win at home to Edinburgh Academical.
Accies are already guaranteed third spot ahead of the playoffs.
Jed-Forest v Edinburgh Academical – Riverside Park, 3pm
Heriot’s Blues could climb off the bottom of the table with a win away to Selkirk.
Heriot’s are one point behind both Musselburgh and GHA, but have played one less game.
Selkirk need six points from their final two games to overtake Marr, who have played all their games, and finish in the final playoff spot.
Selkirk v Heriot’s Blues – Philiphaugh, 3pm
In the Men’s Tennent’s National League Division 1, Ayr could climb to the top of the table with a win at home to Dundee.
Fourth-placed Gala host fifth-placed Highland, with just one point separating the two sides.
Third-placed Melrose can climb up to second with a win at home to Biggar.
There is a big clash at the foot of the table as bottom side Stewart’s Melville host second bottom Aberdeen Grammar,
Third bottom Stirling County could climb out of the relegation places with a win at home to league leaders Kelso.
And Watsonians and Kelso will look to stay clear of the relegations places just below them with a win at Myreside.
This weekend, Stewart’s Melville v Grammar kicks off at 2pm, and the rest of the fixtures kick off at 3pm.