Cowdenbeath manager Colin Nish recognises that his men have to up their attacking game if they are to recover from being two goals down to Queen’s Park and keep hold of their place in League One.
A Brechin City old boy is set to return to the Glebe Park club.
Forfar may be down and out of League One, but they’ll be determined to take Brechin with them, according to Glebe Park boss Darren Dods.
East Fife manager Gary Naysmith has ended his summer recruitment campaign on a high by signing former Hearts, Kilmarnock and Dunfermline midfielder Scott Robinson and ex-Dumbarton and Morton attacker Tony Wallace.
Cowdenbeath will look to win at Stranraer for a second time this season and keep their fingers crossed that it will be enough to ensure that they are playing League One football again next season.
East Fife manager Gary Naysmith has released Declan O'Kane, Fraser Mullen and Craig Murray.