Broughty Athletic travel to Carmuirs Park this Saturday to face ninth-placed Camelon in the Super League.
With last Saturdays home fixture against St Andrews United called off due to the Whitton Park pitch being frozen, Fed manager Keith Gibson goes into this fixture with a full and fit squad to choose from, with recent new signing Ryan Suttie included and Barry Myles, just back from his loan spell at local side Dundee North End.
The sides met on the opening day of the new 2015/16 season at Whitton Park, both fighting out a 0-0 draw, thus giving Broughty their first ever point in the Super League. Broughty sit just three points behind their hosts who have played one game more in the league so a win for The Fed would boost their climb up the league table.
Hosts Camelon are fresh off a fine 4-1 away win at Kilsyth Rangers in the third round of the Scottish Junior Cup and are having a decent run of results in the league, winning three of their last four games against Boness United, Hill of Beath and St Andrews, with a defeat in their last league fixture, 3-0 away to Kelty Hearts.
An entertaining fixture is sure to be on the cards come Carmuirs Park on Saturday, but hopefully The Fed will bring back the three precious points on offer and secure back to back victories in the league following their 4-2 away win over Tayport two weeks ago.
All fans are reminded this game is a 1-45pm kick-off at Carmuirs Park, Camelon. One eye will be kept on the weather for this Saturdays match, with light rain, heavy rain, and snow showers predicted for the area over Friday and Saturday.