East Fife head to Airdrie this afternoon with manager Darren Young determined that the Bayview men stop being their own worst enemy.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is hoping an Angus derby at Forfar this afternoon will be the perfect fixture for his side to bounce back in after last weekend’s frustrating defeat against Albion Rovers.
He has played at a packed Hampden for Scotland and won a cup final there with Dundee United but Scott Robertson admits this afternoon’s visit to the National Stadium with Raith will present very different challenges.
Raith boss Barry Smith will turn to the club’s youth ranks after two key defenders were ruled out by injury.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell expresses relief after it is confirmed key striker has not broken his leg
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell has received a boost after it was confirmed striker Steven Doris did not suffer a broken leg against Albion Rovers at the weekend.
East Fife boss Darren Young said his side lacked a cutting edge as they failed to take anything from Saturday’s meeting with Queen’s Park.
Lewis Vaughan scored for the 10th game in a row but Raith Rovers manager Barry Smith stressed the success of the League One pacesetters is all down to team work.
Forfar suffered late frustration on Saturday as Alloa netted twice in the closing stages to steal the League One points.
Arbroath manager Dick Campbell fears he will be without striker Steven Doris for a considerable period after the striker sustained a serious leg injury in Saturday’s heavy defeat at Gayfield.