Raith Rovers will hit the road once again today when they travel north to play Peterhead in the William Hill Scottish Cup third round.
Arbroath manager Dick Campbell has warned that he doesn’t want a proverbial custard pie in the face when they host Berwick Rangers in the William Hill Scottish Cup third round today.
Darren Dods is hoping it will be third time lucky for a Scottish Cup run with Brechin City.
It would be a “no brainer” for Northern Ireland to come calling for Tommy Wright as Michael O’Neill’s replacement, St Johnstone striker Steven MacLean has admitted.
Dundee captain Darren O’Dea would love success to come via silky soccer but feels it may be time to win ugly.
You get the feeling the match against Kilmarnock represents a fork in the road for Dundee in general and manager Neil McCann in particular.
New Cowdenbeath boss Gary Bollan gets down to business today when he takes the Blue Brazil for the first time.
Forfar’s desire to build on their recent upward momentum hasn’t been helped by a crippling injury list.
Nicky Clark’s last trip to Hampden is one he would rather forget - but he hopes this afternoon’s visit can be the start of a memorable Scottish Cup journey for Dunfermline.
Montrose may have what manager Stewart Petrie calls a “free hit” in the cup but ner stressed they will be going all out to get through.