Forfar brought the curtain down on their home campaign with an all-too familiar performance that left manager Jim Weir frustrated and promising changes for next season.
Raith Rovers are set to unveil John McGlynn as their new manager at Stark’s Park tomorrow morning.
Raith Rovers find themselves in pole position as they chase a speedy return to the Ladbrokes Championship this Saturday after title rivals Ayr United surprisingly lost for the second successive week.
Arbroath are heading for the play-offs, but boss Dick Campbell is determined to enjoy what’s left of the League One season.
East Fife boss Darren Young wants his side to go out on a high.
Almost a year ago, Arbroath were celebrating the League 2 title after snatching it from Forfar on Helicopter Saturday.
On loan Hearts winger Dario Zanatta helped breathe new life into Raith Rovers’ title hopes with a stunning strike in a 2-0 win over Queen’s Park.
East Fife host an Arbroath side looking for a victory to cement their play-off position with Bayview boss Darren Young reminding his players that going for promotion is not the only reason the Red Lichties have for winning this one.
Forfar Athletic’s League One status was secured not with a bang but with a whimper as the Loons relied on results elsewhere to avoid the end of season relegation roulette.
Raith Rovers 1 Alloa 2 (Alloa win 4-1 on agg): Chairman quits and Rovers board to hold talks over Barry Smith’s future
The future of Raith Rovers manager Barry Smith will be discussed at a board meeting following the Fifers’ failure to win promotion.