Murrayfield Racers, the newly-crowned Scottish National League champions, square-up to Dundee Comets in the play-off semi-finals at The Dundee Ice Arena on Saturday (4.45pm).

Paisley Pirates contest the other semi-final against Kirkcaldy Kestrels (7.30pm) at the same venue.

The final is on Sunday at the same venue (face-off 6pm).

Meanwhile, Omar Pacha has sent out a message to Dundee Stars’ success-hungry fans: “Keep believing.”

The club’s coach and general manager takes his men to Elite League title contenders Belfast Giants on Saturday (7pm).

And they then make the long trip to mid-table Guildford Flames on Sunday (6pm) to complete their regular season.

Stars are clinging on to hopes of making the top eight and claiming a place in the end-of-season play-offs with Manchester Storm and Coventry Blaze also in the mix.

Elsewhere, Glasgow Clan and Fife Flyers go head-to-head this weekend to complete their regular season.

It’s a mouth-watering double-header with the first clash at Braehead on Saturday (7pm).

The return is at Kirkcaldy on Sunday (6.30pm) and both clubs are looking to finish the season in the top four.