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MATCH PREVIEW - STENHOUSEMUIR (H)


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MATCH PREVIEW - STENHOUSEMUIR (H)

Posted†March 19, 2022

After another frustrating one goal loss on Tuesday night, we go again this afternoon when we welcome Stenhousemuir to Central Park with a 3pm kick off.

Tuesday night’s defeat from Forfar was our sixth in succession with five of those being by a one goal margin and very much a case of so close but so far, and following Albion Rovers goal less draw with Kelty on Wednesday night we now find ourselves eight points behind the Coatbridge side.

Our record against today’s visitors has been a favourable one with four points yielded from our trips to Ochilview, following a 1-1 draw and a 2-0 win, but we of course lost at home to the Warriors earlier in this season. That 2-0 Central Park win was the launch pad for Stephen Swift’s side who are now on the fringes of gaining a promotion play off spot.

Their cause was boosted last night with Edinburgh City losing 2-1 at home to Stranraer and Swift heads to Fife today knowing a win would see his side leapfrog City into fourth spot.

Thanks to a generous sponsorship from Wee Jimmies we are once again able to offer free admission to those aged 16 and under. The scheme was a great success against Elgin when we beat the Moray side.


MATCH SPONSOR – Sandy Bauld & Family
MATCH BALL SPONSOR – Margaret Scott



MATCH OFFICIALS

REFEREE – Barry Cook

ASSISTANT REFEREES – Callum Doyle & Alan Budd


ADMISSION

It's Kids Go Free day for those 16 and under.

Adults - £14 (£15 PATG) | Concessions - £8 (£9 PATG) | Season tickets are valid for this game.

To save £1, you can buy your ticket in advance†here.

LIVE STREAM

Can’t make it to Central Park? Blue Brazil TV is streaming the match live for the cost of £11. Buy your stream here.

Unfortunately we are unable to live stream the game to any viewers in England.



Previewer: Andrew Mullen.†

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