Montrose boss Stewart Petrie is looking for his side to start the second quarter in the same way they began the first – by beating Edinburgh City.
Billy Brown returns to the club where his coaching career started nearly 30 years ago this afternoon.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie has admitted he is delighted with the strength in depth he has at his disposal with players currently in the starting XI knowing they simply cannot afford to rest on their laurels.
Montrose manager Stewart Petrie was full of praise for his players for the way in which they “dug deep” to take all three points from their visit to Berwick on Saturday.
League 2 leaders Albion were comfortable winners at Central Park on Saturday, consigning Cowden to their third successive league defeat.
Cowdenbeath manager Billy Brown is looking for the Blue Brazil to bounce back from their Scottish Cup defeat by beating League Two leaders Stirling Albion at Central Park.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie is looking for his side to end the first quarter of the league campaign on a high when they make the long trip to play Berwick Rangers this afternoon.
Cowdenbeath have been hit by another blow in the wake of their Scottish Cup defeat by East Kilbride as goalkeeper Joe McGovern has been ruled out of the rest of the season after suffering a knee injury in training.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie insists his side are capable of causing a big upset when they face Championship outfit Queen of the South at Links Park in the Irn-Bru Cup this afternoon.
Billy Brown admits Cowden’s lack of goal threat is killing them after they suffered their fourth 1-0 defeat in eight games.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie hailed his side’s first half performance as the best they have played all season.
The return of Terry Masson will be a big boost to Montrose as they seek to get back to winning ways in League Two.
Cowdenbeath head to Annan this afternoon boosted by ending a disappointing run with a draw at Clyde last weekend.
Harvey Swann ensured that personal and refereeing wrongs were put right as his spot-kick earned Cowdenbeath a draw – even though his legs were shaking when he did it.
Montrose’s 3-0 defeat at Elgin was a case of déjà vu for manager Stewart Petrie.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie is looking for his players to bounce back strongly after a disappointing defeat and “sub-standard” performance at home last week to league leaders Stirling Albion.
Cowdenbeath manager Billy Brown is hoping that his side’s trip to face Clyde will be a turning point in the Blue Brazil’s season.
Montrose lost their unbeaten league record as they crashed 3-1 at home to League Two leaders Stirling Albion in the division’s game of the day.
Streetwise Peterhead gave a young Cowdenbeath team a real going over in the first 25 minutes at Central Park on Saturday.
Former Hawick Royal Albert frontman Josh Morris will get the chance to show that he is the answer to Cowdenbeath’s lack of goals when the Blue Brazil host Peterhead.