Brechin City v Stranraer

League One.  With Livingston having sewn up the title attention turns to the battle for the play-off positions at both ends of the table as promotion-chasing Brechin entertain relegation-threatened Stranraer at Glebe Park.  Kick-off is at 3pm with admission on the turnstiles.

For a considerable length of time earlier in the campaign Brechin City were enjoying life at the top of the league and looked like they could almost cruise to promotion to the Championship but things have been tough over the last couple of months and the Angus club find themselves sitting a point outside the play-offs with just three games to play.

Meanwhile for Stranraer a loss today could leave them in the relegation play-off spot, yet all three points could leave them just three points outside of the promotion play-offs.  The league is just that tight!

Previous head-to-heads: Brechin have the upperhand in terms of head-to-heads so far this season with two victories in the league, compared to Stranraer’s one.  A solitary Andy Jackson goal earned the Glebe Park side victory in the first meeting this season and it was Love and MacLennan’s goals that secured a 2-0 victory in the second fixture.  However, it was third time lucky for Stranraer as goals either side of half-time gave them a 2-0 win in February.

Kick-off is at 3pm.

Admission is on the day priced: Adult £13 ~ Concessions (Over 65s and Under 18s) £7 ~ Parent & Child: £16 (plus £2 for each additional school-age child in family party).