Dismantling the form team of the division to depose them from the top of the table with flair and swagger in front of a crowd of more than six-and-a-half thousand, putting a cork in the excitement building at Dunfermline would be no easy task.
Raith Rovers’ last-gasp goal hero Kyle Benedictus reckons the point earned against Alloa could prove to be a crucial one in the race for fourth place.
Jason Talbot grabbed his first goal of the season but admitted he was partly to blame for Dunfermline not winning.
Raith boss Gary Locke admits it’s good to talk – as long as his players and staff aren’t doing so on their mobiles.
Sean Murdoch hopes Dunfermline can start next season in the same manner they have finished this one.
Raith Rovers captain Jason Thomson admitted that he was ashamed by the team’s performance in the 5-0 defeat to St Mirren on Saturday.
Brechin boss Darren Dods has resigned himself to being without central defender Ryan McGeever for up to six weeks.
Dunfermline have to go back six years and 10 matches to find the last time they beat Dundee United.
Paul McMullan is virtually resigned to the fact that he will be surplus to requirements for Brendan Rodgers’ champions elect at Celtic, and will be looking for a new club in the summer.
Raith Rovers midfielder Ross Matthews had plenty to celebrate on Saturday.