DUMBARTON and Stirling Albion will try for a third time to play each other at Dumbarton Football Stadium on Tuesday evening in a top-of-the-table clash.
With tomorrow’s visitors having put another three points on the board on Saturday while Sons’ game was off, nobody needs reminded of the importance of the game should it go ahead.
But manager Stevie Farrell has the same approach to the game as before, looking for calm ahead of the clash of the top two in cinch League Two.
He said: “We are well aware of the possible scenarios for tomorrow, but there is a quarter of the season to play and a lot could happen over those remaining games.
“However, another victory would be massive for us tomorrow, and we will be looking to do just that. We had a good training session on Saturday in the absence of a game and the players are raring to go.”
Stuart Carswell could return to the squad tomorrow after missing the Stenhousemuir and Stranraer games with injury.
However, Ryan Wallace is once again out of action and will join David Wilson and John Gemmell on the sidelines.
We are conscious of the weather forecast ahead of the game and work is due to take place on the pitch during the day on Tuesday.
If a pitch inspection is required, we will advise at the earliest opportunity through our website and social media channels.
Admission for fans paying on the day costs a discounted £10 for adults, £10 for over-65s and students (valid ID required), and £5 for under-16s. Season ticket holders and Young Sons members will of course get in with their passes as usual.
Away supporters will be situated in the west stand, but are welcome to enter through the home turnstiles and make use of Bar 72 before the game.
There is also the chance to win a cash windfall in our half time draw, which you can purchase a ticket for in advance.
Stirling made it nine consecutive games unbeaten on Saturday, with a late goal securing a 2-1 win at home to Bonnyrigg Rose, reducing Sons’ lead back to two points.
Greg Soutar is the referee tomorrow, and will have assistance from Graham McNeillie and Conor Greenan.