Brechin manager Darren Dods insists his team will have to take their chances when they’re on top following a 1-0 defeat from Albion Rovers at the Exsel Group Stadium.
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St Johnstone’s game against Celtic at Parkhead on Tuesday, January 24 will now take place a day later. The match has been moved to the Wednesday as the Hoops’ Scottish Cup fourth-round tie with Albion Rovers has been selected for TV coverage on Sunday, January 22. Saints game will still kick-off at 7.45pm.
Brechin boss Darren Dods has signed forward Robbie Buchanan on an emergency loan from Hearts as he deals with a selection crisis.
Maximum points from the opening two fixtures leaves Brechin City among three teams that top League One, leaving manager Darren Dodds quietly satisfied.
Martyn Fotheringham said sorry after Forfar Athletic were relegated to League Two.
Dean Brett wants Cowdenbeath to secure survival this weekend so the squad can enjoy an end-of-season away day.
Cowdenbeath manager Colin Nish knows his side were not at their best in the crucial win over Brechin City last weekend and their success may well not be repeated if they play the same way at Albion Rovers today.