SWPL 2 will finally return on 6 June, with clubs set to complete a shortened season.
They will play eight more rounds of fixtures until 4 July, meaning an 18-game season with clubs having played each other twice.
Leaders Aberdeen, who are seven points clear, resume their promotion push at home to bottom of the table Stirling University.
Second place Dundee United will be at home to Kilmarnock, with Hamilton and Partick Thistle hosting Queen’s Park and Boroughmuir respectively. St Johnstone will welcome Glasgow Women to Perth.
“We appreciate it has been a long wait for these teams,” said Scottish Women’s Football chair Vivienne MacLaren.
“On behalf of SWF, I’d like to thank them for their support and patience and also thank the various stakeholders who have helped us get to this stage.
“SWPL 2 is a competitive league and there are never any guaranteed results. It’s testament to the hard work and dedication of the players, officials, and various individuals involved at the clubs. With two promotion places available and eight games to play, there is no doubt that this is going to be one of the most exciting league finishes in the history of Scottish women’s football.”
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