Brechin boss Darren Dods will look to take the game to hosts Stenhousemuir this afternoon after adopting a very cautious approach to last weekend’s Betfred Cup game at Dundee.
Brechin City striker Dene Shields is to get a scan on his injured knee.
Montrose have signed former St Johnstone midfielder Paddy Cregg on a one-year deal.
Brechin hope to stretch their unbeaten run to a magnificent seven when they travel to the Locality Hub Bayview Stadium to face East Fife.
Forfar’s new recruit Dale Hilson is unlikely to start against Arbroath today but will have an important role to play as the Loons look for the win that could take them off the foot of the League One table.
Dick Campbell is set to quit the dugout for good as the veteran boss prepares himself for a touchline ban at Hampden today.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is looking for a “major response” from his players after admitting he picked the wrong team last time around.
East Fife head to table-topping Arbroath looking to get back to winning ways after their eight-game run of victories ended abruptly at Dumbarton last weekend.
The operations, gruelling rehabilitation programmes and endless hours in the gym have been agony.
Forfar are looking to defeat hosts Stenhousemuir and get back on track after a 4-0 reverse from East Fife in their last outing a fortnight ago.