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Grady in defensive poser

Posted Saturday, March 20, 2010 by PA

Morton manager James Grady has a tough decision to make in defence for the visit of Partick Thistle. Captain Stewart Greacen is available after a two-game ban, but David MacGregor was the midweek goal-hero with the winning strike against Airdrie United in their crunch clash. Grady said: "David has given me plenty to think about and that is all you can ask players to do when they get their chan...Full Story »

Ayr bidding to extend run

Posted Saturday, March 20, 2010 by PA

Ayr are on a fine run of six games without defeat and manager Brian Reid is looking for his side to defeat local rivals Queen of the South. On-loan Falkirk defender Chris Mitchell is struggling with injury, although Rocky Visconte is ready to step back in after a hamstring strain and Kevin James is available after injury. Reid remains disappointed that his side never saw off leaders Dundee in ...Full Story »

Baird back in contention

Posted Saturday, March 20, 2010 by PA

Airdrie host Dundee aiming to climb off the foot of the First Division table.Striker John Baird comes back into contention after a ban and manger Kenny Black is urging his players to believe in themselves.Black said: "Losing in midweek to Morton was extremely disappointing as I thought when we got things back to one apiece we would go on and win the game."The players know that we can beat Dunde...Full Story »

Quartet absent for Peterhead

Posted Saturday, March 20, 2010 by PA

Peterhead boss Neale Cooper will be without Callum MacDonald, Nicky Clark and David Ross for the home clash against Arbroath. Winger Graeme Sharp is also unavailable as he is working in Brazil, although Cooper is hoping that Paul Emslie and Barry Wilson will overcome injury in time to be included. Cooper rates Bobby Mann and Davie Donald's chances of being involved as above average, while Dani...Full Story »

Cook set for debut

Posted Friday, March 19, 2010 by PA

East Fife could hand a debut to Andrew Cook for the visit of Stirling Albion. The left-sided player, who was with Raith last season, goes straight into the squad for the clash, while defender John Ovenstone should play despite an ankle problem. But Goran Stanic, Scott Thomson and Mark Staunton remain unavailable for selection as East Fife look for a third successive home win. Manager Steve Cr...Full Story »

Villa wait on Agbonlahor

Posted Friday, March 19, 2010 by PA

Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill will check on the fitness of leading scorer Gabriel Agbonlahor before finalising his line-up for the lunchtime kick-off with Wolves at Villa Park.Agbonlahor, who has netted 14 goals this season, suffered a groin strain during latter stages of the midweek away Barclays Premier League victory over Wigan.If he is ruled out, then Emile Heskey could return to the star...Full Story »

Gunners get Barca, United v Bayern

Posted Friday, March 19, 2010 by Teamtalk.com

Arsenal face Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals, while Manchester United meet Bayern Munich - and it may be an all-English final.In the last eight, the Gunners must take on tournament favourites and holders Barca in a repeat of the 2006 final following Friday's draw in Nyon. United will go up against Bayern, a repeat of the 1999 final. Sir Alex Ferguson's men beat the German gian...Full Story »

It's Fab to be back

Posted Friday, March 19, 2010 by PA

Arsenal will welcome back captain Cesc Fabregas from a hamstring injury for the visit of West Ham.Czech winger Tomas Rosicky (groin) is also fit again, while Cameroon midfielder Alex Song returns from a two-game suspension.Song admits he has been going crazy watching from the sidelines and cannot wait to get back into the thick of Arsenal's title challenge.The race for the Barclays Premier Leag...Full Story »

Hay set to be passed fit

Posted Friday, March 19, 2010 by PA

Cowdenbeath have climbed back into the Championship race with three wins and two draws in their last five games ahead of the home clash with Dumbarton.They will be out for revenge against a Dumbarton side that defeated them 2-1 the last time they met.Goalkeeper David Hay looks set to overcome the illness bug that affected him earlier in the week to play, leaving young midfielder Danny MacKay as...Full Story »

Duffy seeking strong response

Posted Friday, March 19, 2010 by PA

Brechin City manager Jim Duffy is looking for his side to bounce back against bottom-placed Clyde after losing their unbeaten home record last week when Arbroath won 2-0 at Glebe Park.Duffy is out to consolidate his side's play-off place in the table, but defender Paul McLean is doubtful with a calf strain.And on-loan Morton midfielder Alex Walker expected to again miss out because of a groin i...Full Story »

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