The SPFL have announced the full set of fixtures for this season's play-offs.

The governing body earlier today confirmed that the Premiership semi-finals - which are live on BBC Scotland- will take place on May 12 and May 15 with the two legs of the final being played across the dates of May 20 and May 24.

Those last two games will be broadcast live on Sky Sports and kick off at 8.15pm and 7.45pm respectively.

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The ties will see the winners of Raith Rovers and Dunfermline take on Dundee before the victors of those games take on whoever finishes second bottom in the top flight.

In terms of the Championship clashes with clubs aiming for promotion, the semi-finals will take place on Saturday May 8, and Tuesday May 11. 

The ties will be live not be televised and will kick off at 3pm for the first leg and 7.45pm for the second-leg

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The Championship play-off final will take place on Tuesday May 18 and Friday May 21.

The games will both be televised on BBC ALBA and will see the winners of Cove Rangers vs Airdrieonians and Montrose vs Morton battle it out to decide the state of play next season.

For Scottish League One the play-offs will see Edinburgh and Elgin City fight it out in the first semi-final with the other tie being between Stranraer and Dumbarton.

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The first ties will be on May 11 and the second legs will take place on May 17.

While none of the games are televised the finals will be broadcast live on BBC ALBA and they take place on Monday May 17 and Thursday May 20, with both matches kicking off at 7.35pm.

Promotion to League Two will be decided through the Pyramid structure.

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None of the games will be televised but the winners of Kelty Hearts vs Brora Rangers will take on fourth-tier strugglers Brechin City to decide if a team goes up or down.

The finals will take place on Tuesday May 18 at 7.45pm and Sunday May 23 at 3pm.