St Johnstone and Inverness (Match betting – St Johnstone 4/5, draw 23/10, Inverness 7/2) play the second leg of their play-off clash with the tie finely poised following a 2-2 draw in the first meeting.

The Premiership side were 2-0 up against their Championship counterparts, but two goals from Reece McAlear has given Inverness hope heading to Perth.

Last season’s double domestic cup winners have had a much tougher season and a loss would see them relegated to the second tier with Inverness replacing them – Billy Dodds’ men have not played in the Scottish Premiership since 2017.

Speaking prior to the game, CT defender Robbie Deas says there is full belief within the Thistle camp that they can cause an upset.

“We need that bit of luck, but we go into Monday confident we can turn them over,” he said. “We are on a good run and we never say never.

“We have that attitude throughout the season, come back a lot of times when we looked down and we proved that against a Premiership side.”

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Elsewhere, Notts County and Grimsby Town (Match betting – Notts County 21/20, draw 12/5, Grimsby 9/4) face off in the National League play-off quarter-finals.

It is a match-up between fifth and sixth in the division and Notts will feel confident after losing at home just twice in the regular season, though the Mariners are unbeaten in their last seven matches away from home.

Finally, there is also play-off action in 2. Bundesliga, with fallen giants Hamburg a goal up from their first leg against Hertha Berlin (Match betting – Hamburg 6/5, draw 12/5, Hertha 9/4) from the first leg.

As in Scotland, it is winner takes all with Hamburg seeking to get back to the top-flight after a four-year absence, while Hertha need to turn things around to avoid their first relegation since 2012.

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