Edinburgh University celebrate a goal. Will they be celebrating survival on Saturday? Picture by Nigel Duncan Media

Bromac Kelburne edged Grange to take the Division One title on the final day of last season. Can Grange do that to Kelburne this time around?

The West of Scotland side top the table with 42 points from 17 matches and play lowly Uddingston. The Paisley side eye a 14th straight title.

Grange, who are second, have 40 points from their 17 games and they entertain already-relegated Inverleith who have five points from 17 games.

Kelburne have a superior goal difference of 31 against 34 from Grange.

Elsewhere, Edinburgh University hope to cling on to sixth position and stay out of the relegation zone.

They have 17 points from 17 games and visit Western Wildcats who are fourth with 29 points.

But the students recently knocked Western out of the Scottish Cup at the semi-final stage at the same venue and another road win should see them safe.

Dundee Wanderers are on the same points as the university but they have a goal difference of minus 16 against the students minus four.

Wanderers visit fifth-placed Clydesdale while Hillhead, who have 16 points, travel to third-placed Grove Menzieshill in their final game of the league season.

FIXTURES: Uddingston v Bromac Kelburne (noon); Grange v Inverleith (Fettes College 14.00); Western Wildcats v Edinburgh University (Auchenhowie 15.30); Grove Menzieshill v Hillhead (Dundee International Sports Centre 16.00); Clydesdale v Dundee Wanderers (Titwood 16.00)