Montrose have already beaten Edinburgh City twice this season but Gable Endies boss Stewart Petrie is taking absolutely nothing for granted this afternoon.
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The mid-season slide down the league of Stirling Albion should serve as a warning to Montrose, according to manager Stewart Petrie.
Cowdenbeath manager Gary Bollan has seen progress on the pitch from the Blue Brazil since he took over in November and he now wants that progress to be seen in the form of a win over visitors Edinburgh City today.
League Two leaders Montrose welcome bottom side Cowdenbeath to Links Park and manager Stewart Petrie is pleased that his men are back in action so quickly following Saturday’s 6-2 home defeat from Peterhead.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie insists that today’s opponents Peterhead have dangerous players throughout their team, not just goal-scoring machine Rory McAllister.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie believes his players can cope with the stress of being top of league and insists at it is at the other end of the table where the real pressure lies.
Cowdenbeath head north for the first of two games against the leading sides in League Two, with manager Gary Bollan determined that the Blue Brazil show that they can compete against today’s hosts Peterhead before facing Montrose early in 2018.
Cowdenbeath are hoping to beat the weather and get themselves off the bottom of League Two.
Stewart Petrie watched his side beat Elgin City 3-0 to go six points clear at the top of League Two, but the extremely focused Montrose gaffer is keeping his feet firmly on the ground.
Montrose are out for revenge against Elgin City when the teams meet at Links Park this afternoon.