Broughty Athletic return to Super League action this Saturday when they travel to Cardenden in Fife to face newly promoted Dundonald Bluebell.

The Fed are fresh off a narrow 1-0 EOS Cup win on Saturday against lower league side West Calder United and will be looking to continue their great start to the Super League season as they currently sit in third position in the league following four wins and a draw, with just the one defeat. Their last outing in the league was a 2-0 home win over Musselburgh Athletic.DSC_0900 (3)

Hosts Dundonald gained promotion last season as runner-up to Jeanfield Swifts in the Premier League, and will be looking to consolidate their position in the Super League like the Fed did last season. They currently occupy twelfth position with just the two wins against Broxburn Athletic and Camelon, and with four defeats against Bo’ness United, Penicuik Athletic, Lochee United and Kelty Hearts. But as the Fed were winning away at West Calder in the cup, Dundonald were rattling six goals past Scone Thistle in a 6-1 game in the same competition last Saturday.

Broughty welcome back to the squad Ryan Suttie, pictured right, who was out injured as well as on holiday and possibly Barry Myles. There may be starts again for recent new signings Matty Adam and Kerr Hay as the Fed look to claim all three points on offer. Missing for the Fed still, through injury, are Grant Lawson, Jake Mair, and Frankie Lannen, with the latter hoping to return to light training this week.

Coming back with the three points would be a great achievement but a hard game is in store for the Fed at Moorside Park, home of Dundonald Bluebell. Kick off is at 2-30pm.