All six East Lothian sides are in action on Saturday, with four at home, as league action returns to the county this weekend.

In the Scottish Lowland Football League, Tranent Juniors face a tricky visit to Alliance Park to face Caledonian Braves.

The Belters tasted a 3-1 victory on East Stirlingshire to grab their first win of the New Year in their last outing and will be looking for a similar outcome to keep up their promotion chase.

Tranent won the first league meeting on home turf between the sides 4-2 in September and now sit 5th in the Lowland League standings, only one point adrift of leaders Spartans who host Open Goal Broomhill.

Kick-off is 3pm.

In the East of Scotland Premier Division, Musselburgh Athletic welcome Blackburn United to Olivebank.

Musselburgh were defeated in their last outing 1-0 by Tynecastle and will be looking to bounce back against the West Lothian outfit.

Blackburn themselves are in a battle to avoid relegation sitting one spot above the drop and will be looking for an upset on Saturday.

Kick-off is 2.30pm

Haddington Athletic are also in action, travelling to strugglers Oakley United.

The Hi-Hi drew against Inverkeithing Hillfield Swifts last weekend but will fancy their chances against an Oakley side that have found life in the Premier Division tough following their promotion alongside Haddington.

They sit second bottom on zero points courtesy of a better goal difference than Vale of Leithen but Haddington only beat them 2-1 on home turf earlier in the season.

The Hi-Hi sit in 10th and will be looking for valuable points to steer them further away from the drop zone.

Kick-off is 2pm

In the East of Scotland First Division, Dunbar United will hope to maintain their title challenge at home to basement club Kennoway Star Hearts.

The Seasiders claimed a 3-2 victory against the Fifers in early September and will be hoping to extend their seven-point lead at the top with victory at New countess Park.

Kennoway Star Hearts have not played since early December due to postponements, something the Seasiders will be hoping to take advantage of.

Preston Athletic come into their fixture against Lochore Welfare on the back of a dominant 5-2 victory against Leith Athletic last weekend.

The Panners promotion chase has not gone quite to plan so far this season, sitting two points short of the promotion spots with clubs around them with games in hand.

But a win against second-bottom Lochore Welfare will go a ways in reaffirming their promotion ambitions.

Both matches kick-off at 2.30pm.

In the East of Scotland Second Division, Ormiston Primrose welcome Heriot-Watt University to New Recreation Park.

Ormiston have faced a tough season with only one win under their belt against Hawick Royal Albert early in the campaign and sit second-bottom of the division.

They were defeated comfortably 4-0 against table-toppers Whitburn last weekend and will be looking to bounce back with a positive result.

Sitting in 6th, Heriot-Watt will prove to be a tough encounter as Ormiston go in search of some vital points.

Kick-off is 2pm.