Arbroath boss Dick Campbell is hoping the first game of 2018 at Gayfield will signal the start of some sustained home comfort for his side.
After seeing how the other half live in the English top tier at the start of this week, it is back to the bread and butter of the Scottish League 1 for Arbroath boss Dick Campbell at Airdrie today.
Forfar Athletic’s League One status was secured not with a bang but with a whimper as the Loons relied on results elsewhere to avoid the end of season relegation roulette.
Montrose have signed Cammy Ballantyne on loan until January.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie admits he has to pinch himself at times when he realises that his team are potentially just four games away from winning promotion to the Championship.
John McGlynn says he is "relishing" the challenge of securing promotion after returning for a second stint as Raith Rovers manager.
Martyn Fotheringham has decided to hang up his boots to move into a coaching role with Montrose.
Raith boss John McGlynn has admitted he was well aware of the financial realities at the club when he agreed to take over for the second time as manager, knowing there was no-one like Sheikh Mansour at Manchester City on hand to wave a magic monetary wand.
Montrose boss Stewart Petrie has paid credit to his players for securing their League 1 status – and is now looking for them to go one better and cement a place in the promotion play-off spots.
Brechin boss Barry Smith is looking for his players to replicate the performance they produced against champions Arbroath last week when they travel to face Stranraer in a crunch relegation clash today.