Tayport are hoping for four wins in a row
IN the Premier League, Tayport will be out to make it four wins in a row against Whitburn at the Canniepairt.
The Fifers should be the favourites against the Lothian side who have struggled for wins this season. After last week’s impressive win at Downfield, manager Charlie King is unlikely to show many changes.
He hopes to finalise a new signing before kick-off but will be without Connor Gray.
Downfield need to start picking up points after failing to record a win in their last four matches.
They play host to Bathgate who are just above them in the league and manager Paul Marr hopes to have a full pool available.
Hugely disappointed by last week’s heavy defeat at Glenrothes, Kirrie Thistle will be looking to bounce back at home to Dalkeith Thistle.
Their visitors sit a point adrift of them and with a game more played, so three points would put some daylight between them and the Lothian side.
However, they are still without long-term casualties Davie Millar and David Geekie.
St Andrews face Arniston Rangers for the third time in four weeks but this time with home advantage.
And having exited at their hands from both the Scottish and Fife and Lothian Cups, Saints will be desperate for revenge against a side still without a league win.