Elgin City lose at Edinburgh City and may need a result against League 2 champions Queen's Park to make the play-offs
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THE League 2 promotion push will go to the wire after Elgin City's defeat at Edinburgh City on Saturday.
First half goals by Josh Campbell and Liam Brown sealed Edinburgh's place in the play-offs and put a dent in Elgin's challenge.
In the other top half game, Stirling Albion scored a stoppage time equaliser to move above Elgin into third spot.
It all comes down to Tuesday night's matches, with Elgin needing to get a better result than fifth-placed Stranraer to squeeze into the play-offs.
The Black and Whites are at home to champions Queen's Park while Stranraer host Edinburgh.
Elgin and Stranraer are level on points and goal difference with Elgin in fourth by virtue of two more goals scored than their rivals,
If both Elgin and Stranraer won or drew in midweek they would both go into the play-offs ahead of Stirling.
Defeat for both would mean whichever side lost by the lesser margin would finish fourth and keep their season going.