Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is looking for a “major response” from his players after admitting he picked the wrong team last time around.
Scottish League 1
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 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.
East Fife entertain Brechin at the Locality Hub Bayview Stadium and boss Darren Young has admitted the form his side are in is causing him to lose sleep.
Raith boss John McGlynn has admitted he was well aware of the financial realities at the club when he agreed to take over for the second time as manager, knowing there was no-one like Sheikh Mansour at Manchester City on hand to wave a magic monetary wand.
Montrose manager Stewart Petrie knows what Stenhousemuir manager Brown Ferguson’s team-talk will be ahead of the game between the two sides this afternoon.
There may still be three-quarters of the league season remaining but Raith’s Robbie Thomson admits he is determined that the gap between his side and league leaders Arbroath does not widen.
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is determined to end what has already been a “phenomenal” first quarter of the campaign on a high with another win against Raith Rovers this afternoon.
Brechin City have become League One’s draw specialists.
Jim Weir’s defensive options will be stretched for today’s clash with in-form East Fife.