To go into the last game of their Betfred Cup group as the only side with a chance of denying Premiership St Johnstone first place is an achievement itself.
A win against Dunfermline tonight would give Brechin City a last game shot at progressing to the knock-out stage of the Betfred Cup for the first time.
Allan Johnston has warned against complacency as his Dunfermline side seek to maintain their 100 per cent Betfred Cup record against Brechin City this evening.
Darren Dods has called on his Brechin City players to prove that their midweek collapse against Dunfermline was an early-season “blip”.
Cowdenbeath manager Billy Brown takes charge of the Blue Brazil for the first time when Highland League Champions Buckie Thistle pitch up at Central Park.
Forfar welcome Stirling Albion to Station Park for their first home fixture in the Betfred Cup and manager Gary Bollan is pleased with the spirit his new look squad has shown on the road.
Forfar manager Gary Bollan is set to give teenage striker Matthew Aitken the chance to lead the Loons' attack this season by starting against Brechin City at Glebe Park tonight.
Dunfermline goalkeeper David Hutton has a chance to stake a claim for the number one jersey in tonight’s Betfred Cup clash with Arbroath.
Declan McManus has revealed he turned down a fourth loan move to Morton because he felt he needed the “fresh challenge” of a switch to Raith Rovers instead.
Kallum Higginbotham believes Dunfermline will find it far harder to sink Hearts in this year’s Betfred Cup now the Jam Tarts fans have given up the boos.