IT is a quick return to action for Dumbarton tomorrow night, with a home game against Forfar Athletic next up in the vital last part of the season.
Having taken what could be an important point at Stirling Albion on Saturday, Sons are aiming to return to winning ways against the Loons.
With the Binos out of action tomorrow night, the game is of some significance in the battle between the two sides at the top.
However, Sons manager Stevie Farrell knows what a challenge his team face if they are to gain the three points tomorrow evening.
He said: “Forfar have given us three tough games already this season and we expect exactly the same again from them tomorrow.
“They have a lot at stake themselves, and anything we take from them will be the result of hard work on our part.
“However, we were all boosted by coming away with a result on Saturday and we are all looking to kick on from there.
“The players’ attitude has been fantastic. They have continued to work hard and we all want them to get a reward for their efforts in the form of three points.”
Ryan Wallace could make a welcome return to the squad tomorrow after a month out of action. However, Declan Byrne is once again out and joins Stuart Carswell, Joe McKee, David Wilson and John Gemmell on the sidelines.
It is hoped that some of those injured players could return for next Saturday’s game away to Annan Athletic if their recoveries go to plan.
Our supporters also have a key role to play in the matches to come. We were hugely boosted by the support given to the players at Stirling on Saturday, and we hope we will see as many of you as possible there tomorrow.
Admission for fans paying on the day costs £15 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 section of the 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.
Forfar were also away from home on Saturday, and drew 1-1 away to Stenhousemuir. They currently sit sixth in cinch League Two.
Graham Grainger will referee tomorrow’s game, and will be assisted by Paul O’Neill and Elliott Husband Powton.
Tomorrow’s game kicks off at 7.45pm.