Billy Brown admits Cowden’s lack of goal threat is killing them after they suffered their fourth 1-0 defeat in eight games.
Six points to play for. Two games to go. One point the difference at the top of the table.
Forfar boss Gary Bollan is confident his team’s winless streak will end soon after they battled for a point at Elgin.
Steven Doris believes on-song Arbroath can finally edge ahead of long-time leaders Forfar this weekend.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell admitted he almost dropped Ryan McCord from his starting line-up – but was delighted when the midfielder responded by scoring a double as the Lichties came from behind to crush Berwick Rangers
League 2 leaders Albion were comfortable winners at Central Park on Saturday, consigning Cowden to their third successive league defeat.
Montrose continue to ask questions of the other challengers in League Two but, for managerless Cowdenbeath, Saturday was another bleak day.
Montrose boss Paul Hegarty called on his players to accept responsibility for a “poor and inept performance” against Elgin City.
Montrose manager Stewart Petrie was left reflecting on two points dropped as his team were held at home by an Annan side that played for more than 20 minutes with 10 men.
It was another bleak day for Cowdenbeath, suffering their fifth successive League 2 defeat and finishing with nine men.