KELTY HEARTS secretary Garry Grandison is confident that the club can give themselves a chance to reach the SPFL when they face Brora Rangers tomorrow evening.

After weeks of uncertainty, the SPFL and SFA finally confirmed on Thursday that the pyramid play-offs would take place.

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Barry Ferguson's side were declared winners of the Lowland League for a second successive season on a points per game (PPG) average after non-league football was halted in January.

Brora, who had only played three games but were top of the Highland League, were declared that division's winners to represent their league in the pyramid play-offs.

Both clubs were declared champions last season as well but were denied their shot at reaching the SPFL after play-offs across the divisions were scrapped, with the season curtailed and decided using PPG.

Introduced for the first time in 2014/15, the pyramid play-offs brings together the winners of the Lowland and Highland leagues over two legs.

The winners of that tie then go on to play a two-leg match with the club that finishes bottom of League Two - which this season is Brechin City - for the right to play in that division next season.

Kelty will make the near 400-mile round trip north to Brora's Dudgeon Park tomorrow evening, before hosting the return at New Central Park on Saturday.

Grandison told Press Sport: "At least we know now what lies ahead of us; that bit of certainy's there.

"Obviously the logistics present challenges but we've just got to overcome them, get up there and see what we do on the park now. At least that's where everything should be decided and that's what's going to happen.

"It presents us with a couple of tasks logistically, but we're looking into that now and make sure we get ourselves prepped.

"Even during the uncertainty, the guys and the gaffer (Ferguson) have been absolutely magnificent.

"We've got every faith that they're going to go through there, get the job done and get themselves where they deserve to be."

Below, we take a look at some key information ahead of the tie.

When is the match being played?

The first leg will take place tomorrow (Tuesday) at Dudgeon Park, kicking off at 7pm.

The second leg is a 3pm start at New Central Park on Saturday.

How can I watch it?

Brora Rangers will be live streaming tomorrow's match for £10, and can be bought via this link.

Kelty Hearts will stream the second leg, and can be accessed here.

What are the dates for the pyramid play-off final?

Dates for the match between Brechin City and Kelty Hearts or Brora Rangers have yet to be confirmed.

Recent form?

Both clubs' leagues were curtailed due to football beneath the SPFL Championship being suspended in January.

Although League One and League Two were able to resume, the Lowland and Highland leagues remained out of action, which saw them both decided on PPG on March 30.

Steven Mackay's Brora had only played three games - winning them all - with their last league match being played on December 19.

However, they have been in action as recently as last month due to their Scottish Cup exploits.

After beating Camelon Juniors in round one, they stunned Heart of Midlothian - the 2020 finalists and SPFL Championship winners - at home before bowing out to SPFL League Two Stranraer on April 3.

Ironically, the Stair Park side were the opposition for Kelty's last match in January, a 3-2 loss, in the second round of the Scottish Cup.

In the 13 Lowland League games they played, Kelty had won 12 and lost just one.

Who has been here before?

Whilst Kelty overcame South of Scotland League Threave Rovers to win promotion from the East of Scotland League to the Lowland League in 2018, they have not been involved in the pyramid play-offs.

Brora, however, have been, in the very first in 2015.

After knocking out Edinburgh City, who now play in League Two, they were beaten by Montrose in the final.

Tomorrow's match will be refereed by Grant Irvine.