Broughty Athletic look to make it three-in-a-row in victories as they make the very short trip to near-neighbours Carnoustie Panmure in the Super League this Saturday.
Having defeated Tayport in both league and cup competitions, Broughty look to make Carnoustie their next victims and gain three precious points to help climb away from the bottom area of the league table. Broughty currently sit in thirteenth position in the table, with hosts Carnoustie sitting far higher in seventh position, but only four points ahead, so a win for The Fed is crucial.
Broughty will have a near full fit squad to choose from, with only Bastien Wibaut missing, having travelled back home to France for the holidays, and defender Jamie Sime, currently on loan at Dundee North End. Recent new signing Ryan Suttie made his debut last Saturday at Tayport and may get another start from Fed manager Keith Gibson.
Hosts Carnoustie have had a decent start to their season, with six defeats and six losses to their name. Their more recent result last week saw them lose out by the odd goal in five away to current champions Kelty Hearts, yet the week before they thumped Sauchie 4-1 at Laing Park. Previous result between the sides saw Broughty collect all three points with a crushing 5-1 home win back in August with goals from Jake Mair, Jamie Winter, Paul McLellan(pictured left) and a Stewart McConnachie double.
All fans are reminded this game is a 1-30pm kick-off at Laing Park, Carnoustie. Admission prices are £5 for Adult and £2 for OAPs/Kids.