CRAIG McGuffie’s last-minute winner last Tuesday night sealed Morton’s place in the Championship play-off final to face Airdrieonians.

Tomorrow night's opponents, led by former Rangers and Hibs midfielder Ian Murray and captained by ex-Morton and Inverclyde native Sean Crighton, will no doubt be stern opposition for Gus MacPherson’s men having overcome the likes of Falkirk and Cove Rangers to firstly cement their place in the play-offs and then the final.

Here’s all you need to know about Ton's opponents and where any surprises could occur from the North Lanarkshire men.

The Diamonds play with a flat back four, with full-backs Leon McCann and Scott Walker bombing forward at any opportunity, and Paul McKay dropping back into the middle of the defence to provide that extra security when in a defensive situation.

The midfield three like to pivot, with Dunfermline loanee Kyle Tuner and midfield anchor McKay rotating to provide problems in the engine room, with some added flair on the flanks from the likes of Celtic-linked Thomas Robert, Kilmarnock loanee Kyle Connell and youngster Dean Ritchie.

Up top, Murray’s men have plenty of threat on and off the bench with Calum Gallagher, who netted twice against Cove in the semi-finals, and duo Ally Roy and former Hearts kid Dale Carrick, who would add significant firepower to any Championship side let alone a team in League One, with 12 goals between them this season.

So who will be the key men to look out for from the Diamonds' pack?

Pars man Turner is at the centre of any Diamonds attack, being the major ball carrier from box to box. His movement and passing ability are an asset to any side and he stands out with his will and determination to carry the ball forward at any opportunity.

His set piece deliveries will prove to be a weapon, with the likes of Crighton and former Celtic kid Josh Kerr both standing at six foot plus coming forward for set-pieces.

His eye for goal too will add some extra threat from the middle of the park, having netted for both Dunfermline and the Diamonds this season, the last of which was an impressive solo goal to confine Falkirk to League One for a third year, skinning four players before beating Robbie Mutch with a fine finish deep into injury-time.

Paul Paton – the former Dundee United and St Johnstone playmaker - pulls the strings from deep.

His passing ability proves to be one of the best out there in the lower leagues and he has added some much-needed steel in the middle of the park since his arrival in March.

Front man Gallagher may not look to offer much, but his work ethic and harrying of defenders - often allowing him to run in behind defences - can cause headaches.

His ability to pop up in the box and lose his man often goes unnoticed, which allows him to find the back of the net as often as he does and he has proved to be a crucial part of the Diamonds' run to the play-offs.

Sought-after forward Robert offers something that bit different to the Airdrie front line with his body feints, deft touches and quick passing.

Despite being benched for the last three games, the Frenchman will no doubt be one to look out for with a point to prove for any potential suitors coming in the summer and with an eye for goal, finding the back of the net four times from the wing, Ton will have a hard time keeping him quiet on the artificial surface on tomorrow night.