Montrose manager Stewart Petrie enjoyed some derby delight against Brechin but will put that win to one side to take on Stenhousemuir today.
Scottish League One
Montrose manager Stewart Petrie believes he has found the final piece of his attacking jigsaw with the signing of Russell McLean.
Forfar manager Jim Weir has told his players they will be hosting a very different Dumbarton side to the one they defeated 2-0 away in August.
East Fife head to Airdrie looking to build on their first success over Raith Rovers in 30 years, with manager Darren Young admitting he was focusing on the Diamonds within minutes of Saturday’s historic 2-1 success ending.
Darren Dods’ renowned enthusiasm for football has taken a knock after losing his job as Brechin boss but he is sure he will bounce back.
Brechin City goalkeeper Graeme Smith has left the club after five years to join newly-promoted Stenhousemuir.
The operations, gruelling rehabilitation programmes and endless hours in the gym have been agony.
Dale Hilson has rejoined Forfar after being released by St Mirren.
Arbroath manager Dick Campbell is looking for his side to build on their opening day League One success over Queen’s Park by beating Airdrie today.
Barry Smith has emphasised the importance of giving Raith Rovers’ long-suffering fans something to cheer for as they prepare to host Stranraer in their first home game of the League One campaign.