Brechin face Falkirk for the second time in succession when they finally head back home to Glebe Park today.
Lee Robinson insists he has never felt as down after a game as he did last weekend - but is determined to ensure Dunfermline are looking up again after today’s visit to Livingston.
Falkirk have got a new manager and almost a new team since Brechin City last played them.
Tom Beadling endured a mixed introduction to Scottish football as the Pars returned empty-handed from their trip to Cappielow.
James Vincent hopes to thrive on the love he already feels at Dunfermline after being given the cold shoulder at Dundee.
Brechin City continue their search for their first Championship win of the season when they visit Dumbarton, with manager Darren Dods still cursing what happened on his side’s last visit there back in September.
Two men have been charged for throwing plastic eyeballs at a Dunfermline Athletic player in early January.
Darren Dods is hoping to have Hearts midfielder Callumn Morrison in his squad for today’s trip to face Queen of the South.
Brechin may be in line for a big financial windfall following their William Hill Scottish Cup tie against Celtic at Parkhead but chairman Ken Ferguson insists the club will not be splashing the cash and the money will be used prudently.
Dunfermline mascot Sammy the Tammy tried to cheer everyone up with his Irn-Bru antics pre-match but neither the Pars nor Dundee United were laughing at full-time.