Dumbarton and Stirling Albion will attempt to play their re-arranged fixture for the fifth time when the Binos visit G82 this evening [kick-off 7:45pm].
Both sides come into the game on the back of victories on the road on Saturday as Sons won 2-0 at Bonnyrigg whilst the Binos left it late to win 1-0 at Stenhousemuir.
There is plenty at stake for Stirling but boss Stevie Farrell insists Dumbarton can only focus on themselves.
He said: “The result and performance at Bonnyrigg on Saturday was much more like us and when you look at the numbers we had available compared to recent weeks, it was no coincidence.
“It was a really professional performance at a tough venue and we are looking to build on that this evening.
“We are aware of all the possible scenarios that could happen this evening but for us there can be only one, and that is picking up another positive result.
“All we can do is try and end the season on a high and build up as much momentum as we can.”
In team news, Farrell is expecting to have the same 16 players available that were involved on Saturday. Ryan Wallace, Ross MacLean, Joe McKee, Edin Lynch and John Gemmell remain out.
Entry this evening will be at the discounted price of £10 for adults and £5 for concessions (over-65’s, under-16’s and students, please supply valid ID). Cash only at the turnstiles.
If you received a voucher following the late postponement of last weeks match, please present this at the turnstiles. There will be no charge for the car park this evening.
Away fans will be situated in the west section of the stand, though are invited to enter through turnstiles 1 and 2 and make use of Bar 72 which will be open from 6.30pm. Travelling supporters wishing to head straight to their seats should enter through turnstiles 3 and 4.
Live streaming is available tonight, including for those in the UK, via our DTV service which can be purchased at the following link: https://dumbartonfootballclub.com/product/video-live/. Commentary is brought to you by Chris Macmillan and Fraser Clarke.
There is also the chance to win a cash windfall in our half time draw, which you can purchase a ticket for in advance. All 50-50 tickets from last week remain valid.
Greg Soutar is the referee this evening and will be assisted by Graham McNeillie and Conor Greenan.