Montrose lost their unbeaten league record as they crashed 3-1 at home to League Two leaders Stirling Albion in the division’s game of the day.
Streetwise Peterhead gave a young Cowdenbeath team a real going over in the first 25 minutes at Central Park on Saturday.
Former Hawick Royal Albert frontman Josh Morris will get the chance to show that he is the answer to Cowdenbeath’s lack of goals when the Blue Brazil host Peterhead.
Top of the table matches haven’t come around too often for Montrose in recent years.
Cowdenbeath manager Billy Brown rued his side’s lack of options up front as his side crashed to Stenhousemuir at Ochilview.
A stoppage- time equaliser from veteran striker Chris Templeman sent Montrose home delighted after playing second fiddle to Peterhead for the entire 90 minutes.
Cowdenbeath boss Billy Brown is hoping that his team can start to finish on the right side of a tight result.
Any team that finishes above Peterhead will have a great chance of winning the League Two title, according to Montrose boss Stewart Petrie.
Long-serving Paul Watson reckons this is one of the best Montrose sides he’s been part of after he helped them tighten their early grip on second place in League Two.
Lack of firepower was the reason that Cowdenbeath lost their clash with Berwick Rangers on Saturday.