Montrose have been drawn at home to Angus rivals Forfar in the second round of the renamed Tunnock’s Caramel Wafer Challenge Cup.
Neil Doncaster has agreed to hold talks to discuss compensation for the East Fife fans who travelled in vain to Dublin for an Irn-Bru Cup tie that was never played.
Dundee United will play St Johnstone colts at Tannadice after the draw for the first round of the Irn-Bru Cup was made at the People’s Palace in Glasgow.
Montrose manager Stewart Petrie is looking for his side to show the spirit that helped them come back from a goal down at Stenhousemuir when they face Stirling Albion in the Irn-Bru Cup at Forthbank.
Brechin manager Darren Dods is determined that a long day for his players is a worthwhile one, with progression to the second round of the Irn-Bru Cup at the expense of hosts Buckie Thistle.
Cowdenbeath manager Billy Brown is looking for his players to continue their footballing education in their second visit to Tannadice this season.
Callum Smith insists he is determined to keep taking his top-team chance after making his Dunfermline breakthrough this season.
Arbroath manager Dick Campbell is predicting a high-scoring encounter at his former home of East End Park if his players apply themselves correctly against Dunfermline.
East Fife manager Darren Young will freshen up his side to face Peterhead at New Bayview despite a 1-0 win over Alloa at the weekend as he does not want to overuse certain players due to injuries.
Goal machine Mark Durnan has joked that he might be playing up front when Dundee United face Morton in the league on Saturday.