Montrose manager Paul Hegarty has admitted a wave of relief swept through the club after they won away at Edinburgh City.
Gary Naysmith admitted he and his East Fife players have their own futures at stake unless the club can reverse a run of poor results.
League One leaders Brechin City and in-form Livingston will serve up a mouthwatering main course at the Tony Macaroni Stadium today.
It is a controversial claim, even after all these years, but Ally’s Tartan Army wasn’t the best Scotland theme song for the World Cup in 1978.
Dundee United goalkeeper Cammy Bell represented Queen of the South in Europe but now he will be voting to leave Dumfries with a victory.
Jamie Robson insists Dundee United will be treating today’s match against Dunfermline with the utmost respect.
Montrose manager Paul Hegarty has said he takes “full responsibility” for his team facing a six-pointer so early in the season.
Brechin boss Darren Dods will treat Stenhousemuir with a lot of respect this afternoon despite the Warriors propping up League One.
Forfar manager Gary Bollan is spoilt for choice in his attacking options for the visit of Berwick Rangers.
John Hughes has been unveiled as the new manager of Raith Rovers at Stark’s Park this afternoon. The former Inverness Caley Thistle, Hibs and Falkirk gaffer will be replacing Gary Locke, who was sacked by the Kirkcaldy club following Tuesday’s home defeat to Greenock Morton. For more on this story, see tomorrow’s Courier.