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Falkirk v Dundee -Bairns on revenge mission

Posted Friday, October 29, 2010 by PA

Third-placed Falkirk will be looking for revenge when they welcome fourth-placed Dundee to town. The Bairns were undone 2-0 earlier in the season and will keen to keen to right the wrongs of that day in late August. They will be missing defender Tam Scobbie and strikers Tam McManus and Jack Compton for the encounter, although boss Steven Pressley is looking forward to home comforts again at th...Full Story »

Dunfermline v Stirling - McCabe tells Pars to raise their game

Posted Friday, October 29, 2010 by PA

Dunfermline will be without Jack Ross, Alex Burke and Nicky Phinn through injury for the visit of Stirling to East End Park. The Pars lost top spot in the table to Raith last weekend after their 2-2 draw at Dundee, and they have been told to be more ruthless. Assistant manager Gerry McCabe said: "We had the chance to kill off Dundee and failed to do it, and then a couple of mistakes allowed th...Full Story »

Partick v Cowdenbeath - Partick assistant labels Blue Brazil clash `must-win`

Posted Friday, October 29, 2010 by PA

Partick manager Ian McCall has added youngsters Stuart Bannigan and Shaun Fraser to his squad to face Cowdenbeath after ruling out five experienced players through injury. Defenders Alan Archibald and Willie Kinniburgh will miss the Firhill clash along with midfielders David Rowson, Simon Donnelly and Ryan MacBeth. Thistle are looking to bounce back from a disappointing defeat against Stirling...Full Story »

Morton v Raith - Morton prepare to entertain high-flying Rovers

Posted Friday, October 29, 2010 by PA

Morton welcome back striker Jonathan Toto for the visit of First Division leaders Raith. The experienced Darren Young is also included in manager Allan Moore's plans as a trialist, with the midfield trio of Carlo Monti, Faoud Bauchirou and Graeme Holmes all expected to be missing again due to injury. Moore said: "We played really well in our last game against Raith and were unlucky to go down ...Full Story »

Peterhead v Ayr preview

Posted Friday, October 29, 2010 by PA

Defender Bobby Mann came through a reserve game in midweek after nearly three months out, with strikers Martin Bavidge and Dennis Wyness both training after missing last Saturday's defeat at Livingston. Cooper said: "Not only are these guys good players they are also the most experienced players at the club and it would be good to have them available against Ayr United. "We missed chances last...Full Story »

Forfar v Livingston preview

Posted Friday, October 29, 2010 by PA

However Paul Lunan and Stephen Tulloch are added to the Loons' pool after spells on the sidelines. Having spent last season in the Third Division together Station Park boss Dick Campbell knows what is in store for Livingston. He said: "Livingston are a team that we know really well. They are probably favourites for this league as well but we have given them some really tough games over the pas...Full Story »

Dumbarton v East Fife preview

Posted Friday, October 29, 2010 by PA

Dumbarton's newly-appointed manager Alan Adamson is hoping to come out on top in the battle of the new bosses as he welcomes East Fife under the guidance of John Robertson for the first time. Speedy forward Derek Carcary continues to be absent for the Sons, however Allan McManus, who was appointed first-team coach in the reshuffle at Strathclyde Homes Stadium this week, will be in the centre of...Full Story »

Alloa v Dumbarton match preview

Posted Friday, October 29, 2010 by PA

Alloa striker Jim Lister has recovered from a flu bug that has been doing the rounds to keep his place in manager Allan Maitland's squad for the visit of league leaders Brechin City on Saturday. Midfielder Brown Ferguson remains on the sidelines through injury, though, as does striker Stuart Noble with fellow forward Bryan Prunty a serious doubt after picking up a knock in training this week. ...Full Story »

Airdrie v Stenhousemuir - MacFarlane set for debut

Posted Friday, October 29, 2010 by PA

Airdrie look set to include former Airdrieonians, Hearts, Aberdeen, Queen of the South and Morton midfielder Neil MacFarlane in their squad for the visit of Stenhousemuir, as they go looking for their first home win of the season. Striker Scott Gemmill is out with a knee injury and Rhys Devlin along with Kieran Stallard are also out through suspension to leave manager Jimmy Boyle's resources st...Full Story »

Chelsea-Blackburn Rovers Preview

Posted Friday, October 29, 2010 by YAHOO Sport

LONDON (SE) - Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti insists his Premier League champions are not running away with the title again as Blackburn come to Stamford Bridge with their hopes high after a takeover. Chelsea have already collected 22 points from nine matches and are looking unassailable. Arsenal are second but five points adrift, a big gap by the end of October. Ancelotti dismissed talk of C...Full Story »

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