Friday 1st April 2022
DUMBARTON aim to build on a point gained last Saturday when they travel to the Indodrill Stadium tomorrow to face Alloa Athletic.
With last week’s draw against Montrose having extended the lead over East Fife to four points, Sons look to stretch that lead further against the Wasps.
They have a track record in Clackmannanshire this season, having won 2-1 on the previous visit there in November.
But tomorrow is a new game, and manager Stevie Farrell wants to see his players switched on from the start if they are to achieve a similar result.
He said: “The last game was then and this is now. Alloa had a good win at East Fife last week and while it helped us, they will want to build on it.
“We had a decent result ourselves and it was clear for all to see how much the players were up for the challenge.
“That is something we must repeat week in, week out between now and the end of the season. If we do that we will give ourselves a chance.
“We were boosted by the return of key players last week and we are confident they will boost us further in the coming games.”
No new injuries have flared up this week, so Ryan McGeever and Adam Hutchinson are the only two players expected to miss out.
Supporters travelling to Alloa are reminded that e-tickets can be purchased and downloaded or printed off from the Wasps website ahead of the game.
A supporters’ bus will run to the game, and will leave Dumbarton Town Centre at 1.15pm. Spaces remain available – to book, please contact Gillie Brough on Facebook Messenger, or by calling 07948 532539.
If you can’t travel tomorrow live streaming is available.
We’ll also have in-play Twitter commentary through our feed @DumbartonFC.
Lorraine Watson will referee tomorrow’s game, assisted by Stuart Stevenson and Paul O’Neill.
Dumbarton Football Club