DUMMBARTON hope to continue their recent unbeaten run against Stenhousemuir tomorrow – but have more than just the Warriors to beat.

The severe weather this week has left the Dumbarton Football Stadium pitch frozen, and a game due to take place on it tonight has already been postponed.

As yet, no pitch inspection has been arranged for tomorrow’s game, but it is expected that one will need to take place. If and when it is called, we will update our website and social media channels.

Should the game go ahead, manager Stevie Farrell wants his players to consolidate their position at the top of cinch League Two.

The manager said: “Obviously the match is at the mercy of the weather tomorrow and we just have to hope for the best in that respect.

“But we have trained this week on the basis that the match will take place, and if it does, we will be ready for the challenge.

“The players have shown highly commendable commitment to continue training despite the poor weather this week and are looking to continue the unbeaten run.

“We know that it will be a tough game, though. Stenhousemuir’s players will want to show why they should be part of the new regime going forward and we must be wary of them.”

Ryan Blair has not trained this week after taking a knock at Bonnyrigg, and Brett Long has been ill through the week.

However, the manager is optimistic that the pair will make it should the match be given the go-ahead. He will once again be without Declan Byrne and John Gemmell.

Don’t forget that adult admission on the day will cost just £10 tomorrow.

The price for concession admission will also be £10, and under-16s are admitted for £5. You can purchase a ticket in advance of your visit.

Season ticket holders and Young Sons members of course only need to produce their ticket at the turnstile to gain entry.

Our half time draw can also be entered electronically if you are unable to attend the game. To do this, click the ‘Tickets’ link in the menu at the top of your page.

Away supporters will be situated in their usual area of the west side of the stand – the one furthest away from Castle Road.

However, they will be able to enter through the east turnstiles and gain access to Bar 72 for a pre-match drink, along with Sons supporters.

Mike Roncone is due to referee tomorrow’s game, with assistance from Chris Rae and Liam Duncan.


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