The final game of Group G pits Motherwell against Clyde in the Betfred Cup on Saturday.
Three points would guarantee top spot in the table for the Steelmen, who face the Bully Wee for the first time since 2011.
A trip to Broadwood Stadium will not be an easy task for Stephen Robinson’s team, who face a Clyde side in strong form at home.
Danny Lennon’s side have lost just once in their last eight games on their own patch, picking up six wins and a draw in the process.
The League Two side’s strong form stretches back to the start of the year, with just two home defeats inflicted on Clyde in 2018.
The League Two side have a number of key personnel, but in John Rankin and David Goodwillie, they have two particularly experienced players in their ranks.
Club captain Rankin, 35, made more than 100 appearances for Hibernian and Dundee United, and signed in the summer from fellow Group G side Queen of the South.
Goodwillie, 29, also played for Dundee United in the top flight and spent long spells of his career in England, playing for the likes of Blackburn Rovers and Blackpool.
Not only do the Bully Wee have an impressive home record to defend, but the prospect of a strong group stage in the Betfred Cup could transition in to strong start in League Two.
Three points would mean Danny Lennon’s side would finish level on points with ‘Well, with goal difference deciding who would finish runner-up to Queens.
However, three points for ‘Well would leave them as winners of the group and could see Clyde finish fourth in the table, meaning Saturday’s opponents have a lot to play for.