Stenhousemuir for quick double
Scottish Division 2,
Having beaten Stranraer last weekend, Stenhousemuir now turn their attention to beating Brechin today.
The two sides meet in the first round of the Scottish Communities League Cup, and the home side will not take anything for granted, given the visitor's good effort against Rangers last week.
The Warriors saw off Stranraer last weekend to give new boss Martyn Corrigan the best possible start to his tenure, but there are one or two players missing this afternoon.
Recent signing Scott Buist is suspended, while midfielder Eric Paton has picked up a knock. On the plus side, Stewart Kean has recovered from a calf injury and is set to figure.
As for Brechin, manager Jim Weir will have to do without midfielder Alan Trouten through injury, while Craig Molloy, Scott Dalziel and Derek Carcary all face fitness tests ahead of the game.
Weir was pleased with Brechin's effort against Rangers, but is under no illusions as to the immediate task ahead of his side, saying: "Stenhousemuir will be a very tough challenge as they were a good side last season and brought in good players during the summer."