Broughty Athletic make the very short journey to face near local rivals Carnoustie Panmure at Laing Park on Saturday in the Super League.
The Fed will be looking to extend their two-game unbeaten run under manager Jim Finlayson going as they take on their local rivals. Carnoustie, on the other hand, will be looking to stop their recent run of three games without a win in the league, with two losses and one drawn game.
Carnoustie currently sit directly below Broughty in ninth spot and trail the Fed by one point but do have a game in hand over the Fed. Their last three fixtures were defeats to Bonnyrigg Rose 4-0, Penicuik Athletic 3-0 with a 3-3 draw against Kennoway Star Hearts.
Previous scorelines between the sides last season saw Broughty win 4-0 at Laing Park (picture above) at the start of the season but suffer a 4-3 loss at Whitton Park in the return fixture in October 2016 which was the start of an unwanted ten-game run without a win for the Fed.
Broughty go into the game welcoming back defenders Ryan Blair and Garry Kenneth to the squad after both missed out the draw against Broxburn due to holidays. Fraser Smith is back in full training after being used as a second-half substitute on Saturday against Broxburn. Definitely missing for the Fed will be winger Paul McLellan, he injured his arm during training last week and expected to be out for some weeks.
All fans are reminded this game is a 2-30pm kick off at Laing Park, home of Carnoustie Panmure.