Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is facing a major selection headache for this afternoon’s Angus derby against Forfar at Gayfield with up to five first-team regulars missing out through injury or unavailability.
Raith Rovers swatted aside local rivals East Fife at Bayview – and Kevin Cuthbert reckons they’re not even into full stride yet.
After his side rattled in seven goals past a shell-shocked Airdrie last week, Arbroath boss Dick Campbell had an easy selection decision to make for tomorrow’s visit to East Fife.
Raith Rovers manager Barry Smith will deliver a simple message to his table-topping squad just before kick-off against Stranraer at Stair Park.
Forfar boss Jim Weir is hoping that the psychological boost of moving off the bottom of League One will see them continue their upturn in form against East Fife this afternoon.
Raith boss Barry Smith is looking for some home comfort against Queen’s Park this afternoon after a week to forget on the road.
For Raith Rovers, there is only one main aim this season – to win promotion back to the Championship at the first time of asking.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell may have spent more than two decades as a coach and manager but there will be no-one inside Gayfield this afternoon more excited than him as the League 1 campaign kicks off.
Forfar take a lead into the second leg of the League One play-off final after a stunning second-half comeback.
East Fife manager Darren Young comes across his former club Albion Rovers for the first time since the Coatbridge opted not to extend his contract today.