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Summary

  1. Falkirk 1-0 Greenock Morton (Watson), Hibernian 2-0 Queen of the South (Gunnarsson, Cummings)
  2. Falkirk finish second in Championship, progressing to play-off semi-final
  3. Hibs enter play-offs at quarter-final stage against Raith Rovers
  4. St Mirren 2-2 Rangers (Gallagher, Mallan; Miller, Holt)
  5. Alloa Athletic 1-1 Dumbarton (Layne; McCallum), Livingston 0-1 Raith Rovers (Connolly)

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By Clive Lindsay

All times stated are UK

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So it is on to the play-offs, with Peterhead against Ayr United in the Championship semi-final and Clyde entertaining Elgin City in the League One semi on Tuesday.

On Wednesday, Raith Rovers host Hibs in the first Premiership play-off first leg, Stranraer face Livingston in the Championship play-offs and Queen's Park take on Cowdenbeath in League One.

See you then!

All to play-off for

It is all to play for in the play-offs and the BBC Scotland pundits are divided about who will come through. Former Hibs striker Tam McManus thinks his former club are coming to the boil at the right time and should beat Raith Rovers. Former Rangers midfielder Derek Ferguson thinks the Kirkcaldy side are a big threat and could be the Leicester City of the play-offs, while Tom English thinks Hibs will come through a tough two ties against Rovers but at the price of taking too much out of themselves for the games to come.

Tam

Buoyant Bairns

Falkirk 1-0 Greenock Morton

As Falkirk manager Peter Houston was pointing out, his side have only lost four league games all season.

That is one less than champions Rangers and also better than Hibs, who have lost eight.

Falkirk midfielder Luke Leahy

Falkirk 1-0 Greenock Morton

"It was a horrible 90 minutes - we hit the post and missed a penalty. 

"We were terrible after we scored, but to finish second after 36 games is a great achievement."

Falkirk manager Peter Houston

Falkirk 1-0 Greenock Morton

"I actually thought we played really well until we scored the goal.

"It is only natural that tension comes into your body.

"Morton were there to make it difficult for us and certainly did that.

"I have got to give my players credit. Who would have thought we would have finished second?

"We are in a very difficult lead with big clubs like Rangers and Hibs with bigger resources.

"We have won nothing yet, but we now have 10 days until our play-off and that's crucial."

Hibernian manager Alan Stubbs

Hibernian 2-0 Queen of the South

"The most important thing is that we have won the game.

"Queen of the South made it hard for us, but unfortunately it just wasn't to be.

"Ideally, we would have finished second, but finishing second doesn't guarantee you anything.

"It just means you have a few days off and we go again on Wednesday.

"We are coming into the play-offs in good form."

Falkirk defender Derek McCracken

Falkirk 1-0 Greenock Morton

"I thought in the first half we were absolutely outstanding.

"If we had got that early goal, it might have eased the pressure.

"Once we got the goal, it is only natural, we try to protect it a wee bit, but fortunately it was enough.

"At the end of the day, performance doesn't matter. The result was the most important.

"We will take the break and come back focused."

FT: Livingston 0-1 Raith Rovers

This Raith side will take some beating when they face Hibs. That's now 11 games without a defeat

BBC Radio Scotland pundit Derek FergusonAt Almondvale

FT: Hibernian 2-0 Queen of the South

Hibs have created a bucket-load of chances in the last two games. All they need to do is start providing the finish and they can still end the season on a high

BBC Radio Scotland pundit Tam McManusAt Easter Road

Phew!

What a dramatic and tense end to the Championship season. Falkirk edge out Hibs by two goals to go directly into the play-off semi-final.

Hibs must face Raith Rovers in the opening play-off for the right to face the Bairns.

FULL-TIME

Hibernian 2-0 Queen of the South

Hibs fall short of the goals they needed to overtake Falkirk, who secure second place in the Championship.

FULL-TIME

Falkirk 1-0 Greenock Morton

Falkirk survive Morton's late pressure and now await to hear the news from Easter Road, where Hibs need to score two more goals against 10-man Queen of the South to steal second from the Bairns.

FULL-TIME

Livingston 0-1 Raith Rovers

In-form Raith Rovers extend their unbeaten run and go into the promotion play-offs on a high after a victory over Livingston.

Livi go into their relegation play-off semi-final against Stranraer with only one win in their last six outings.

FULL-TIME

St Mirren 2-2 Rangers

That late goal from St Mirren means Rangers will go into the Scottish Cup final without a win in four games.

GOAL

St Mirren 2-2 Rangers (Morgan)

Lewis Morgan grabs a late equaliser for St Mirren as he cuts inside and fires low inside Wes Foderingham's near post.

Falkirk 1-0 Greenock Morton

Goalkeeper Derek Gaston comes to the rescue of his defence as Falkirk substitute Bob McHugh breaks clear.

Falkirk 1-0 Greenock Morton

Alex Samuel flashes a header wide as Morton threaten shortly after Bob McHugh squanders a chance at the other end.

Falkirk are hanging on - but only just!

GOAL

St Mirren 1-2 Rangers (Holt)

Rangers edge ahead in Paisley as Jason Holt fires into the far corner after a neat one-two at the edge of the penalty box.

Hibernian 2-0 Queen of the South

Hibs have pushed on another striker and Chris Dagnall along with Anthony Stokes pass up a chance in front of goal.

CLOSE!

Hibernian 2-0 Queen of the South

Jason Cummings fires just over as Hibs press for the extra goals they need.

GOAL

Hibernian 2-0 Queen of the South (Cummings)

Martin Boyle picks out Jason Cummings and the Hibs striker provides the finish to put his side two-goals ahead and reduce Falkirk's goal advantage to two. The afternoon is heating up!

CLOSE!

Falkirk 1-0 Greenock Morton

It is Declan McManus' turn to threaten Falkirk's lead as the former Aberdeen and Fleetwood Town striker weaves into the box but fires well over.

Falkirk 1-0 Greenock Morton

Morton striker Denny Johnstone passes up a couple of opportunities as the visitors look to take advantage of Falkirk's growing nerves.

Falkirk 1-0 Greenock Morton

Richard Wilson

BBC Scotland at Falkirk Stadium

Falkirk are having to endure a period of Morton pressure. Since taking the lead, the home side have let their tempo drop and, as a result, they've lost command of the game. They need to restore their poise and purpose if they are to ensure that they hold onto this lead, but the experienced players like Kerr, McCracken and Miller are providing leadership

CHAMPAGNE MOMENT

St Mirren 1-1 Rangers

Veteran duo Jim Goodwin and Steven Thompson, who have both captained the club, make their entrance from the bench for St Mirren. It will be their final appearances for the club.

GREAT SAVE!

Falkirk 1-0 Greenock Morton

Goalkeeper Danny Rodgers comes to Falkirk's rescue with a diving save round the post from a Ross Forbes free-kick.

GOAL

Hibernian 1-0 Queen of the South (Gunnarsson)

The pressure finally tells at Easter Road as right-back Niklas Gunnarsson fires Hibs ahead from a Liam Henderson cross.

It's all down to goal difference once again and, with Hibs facing 10 men, the onus might be on Falkirk to protect that 1-0 lead.

HITS THE WOODWORK

St Mirren 1-1 Rangers

Kenny Miller goes close to a second goal for Rangers, but the striker's first-time shot from the edge of the box strikes the ball and over.

Hibernian 0-0 Queen of the South

Jason Cummings almost makes an immediate impact, but the striker does not get enough on his header in front of goal and it goes wide.

Hibernian 0-0 Queen of the South

Hibs bring on top scorer Jason Cummings in place of midfielder Fraser Fyvie and it looks like they are going to leave only two at the back as they go for goals against 10-man Queens.

Falkirk 1-0 Greenock Morton

Morton are getting more and more joy in and around that Falkirk box. It just takes one chance for it all to change

BBC Radio Scotland pundit Allan PrestonAt Falkirk Stadium

Hibernian 0-0 Queen of the South

It's all Hibs now and you just sense that the breakthrough is coming. They need a goal soon so they can go for the number they need to catch Falkirk

BBC Radio Scotland pundit Tam McManusAt Easter Road

St Mirren 1-1 Rangers

Gedion Zelalem fires just over with a volley from 18 yards as Rangers go close to taking the lead in Paisley.

CLOSE!

Hibernian 0-0 Queen of the South

That red card has given Hibs a lift and Liam Henderson flashes a shot wide.

RED CARD

Hibernian 0-0 Queen of the South

Queens' Mark Millar gets his marching orders for a wild challenge on John McGinn.

Will that swing the pendulum in Hibs' favour?

Falkirk 1-0 Greenock Morton

Falkirk are looking nervous at the back any time Morton go forward and Stefan McCluskey squanders a chance by bundling his shot wide.

GREAT SAVE!

Hibernian 0-0 Queen of the South

Hibs crank up the pressure as Fraser Fyvie fires over from 25 yards then James Keatings is denied by a great save from James Atkinson.

GOAL St Mirren 1-1 Rangers (Miller)

Kenny Miller heads in James Tavernier's cross to bring Rangers level in Paisley.

GOAL Alloa Athletic 1-1 Dumbarton (McCallum)

Donald McCallum fires home from close range as the Sons level at Recreation Park.

GREAT SAVE!

Falkirk 1-0 Greenock Morton

Derek Gaston denies Falkirk a second goal with a fine save from a Lee Miller header.