Dumbarton play their penultimate away game of the 2022/23 cinch League Two season tomorrow as they travel to Bonnyrigg Rose.
The Midlothian side are fighting for their lives at the foot of the table, though will be buoyed by recent results that have seen them lose just one game in their last seven.
Victories over the likes of Albion Rovers and Stranraer have seen the Rosey Posey rise to eighth in the league and become one of the form sides in the division.
With Sons left disappointed after the late call off of Tuesday’s tie with Stirling Albion, boss Stevie Farrell is keen for a response to last Saturday’s showing at Annan.
He said: “What happened on Tuesday night didn’t do anyone any favours and we are looking forward to getting back on the pitch on Saturday.
“We had a good training session on Thursday and are confident of a more positive performance at both ends of the park after what happened at Annan.
“Games this season with Bonnyrigg have been incredibly tight and we expect tomorrow to be no different.
“Every side in this division still has something to play for and whilst Bonnyrigg are in a position they would rather not find themselves, we know that will make them all the more determined to get a result.”
In team news, Farrell reports that Stuart Carswell and Russell McLean are set to return to the squad. Ryan Wallace, Edin Lynch, Ross MacLean, Joe McKee and John Gemmell are still out.
Fixtures with Bonnyrigg have been narrow affairs this season with Sons earning two 1-0 victories at The Rock and the last trip to Dundas Park ended in a 1-1 draw.
Stuart Carswell and Gregg Wylde scored in the victories in Dumbarton whilst an own goal from Josh Grigor earned Farrell’s side a point back in December.
Admission on Saturday is pay at the gate with tickets priced at £12 for adults and £7 for concessions with under-12’s accompanied by a paying adult going for free.
The supporters’ bus will leave Church Street in Dumbarton Town Centre at noon. To register interest in any available seats, contact Gillie Brough on Facebook Messenger, or by calling 07948 532539.