Tay­port are hop­ing for four wins in a row

Evening Telegraph (Late Extra Edition) - - KIDS -

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.

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