Falkirk will enjoy a return to the green green plastic of home tomorrow. The Bairns have endured two terrible playing pitches over the past fortnight with trips to Inverurie and Brechin. But both games ended in wins and the players will have a much more suitable surface to play on when Dumbarton come calling tomorrow.
Falkirk are expecting a bumper crowd for Saturday’s vital game against relegation play-off rivals Dumbarton. The Bairns will have the unusual luxury of shooting into two ‘home ends’ after the club filled the north end of the ground with ‘fans of the future’. The club has handed out more than 2000 tickets to local schools, football clubs and youth organisations for the Ladbrokes SPFL match which will also form the end point of the ‘Kelpies to Kick-off’ walk.
Falkirk avoided becoming the first victims of Brechin, but and left it late to see off the ten men of the league’s bottom side. Aaron Lynas was sent off moments after his introduction as substitute and the home side almost held out in dreadful underfoot conditions. Only two and a half minutes into injury time, Alex Jakubiak drilled in from close range and at the second attempt to send the Bairns fans wild.
So got response to DM ✅ I’ll get call back from @ScottishPower@SP_EnergyPeople complaints dept ✅Got call back ✅ But not from complaints dept as per DM ❌ it was a call about my DM to arrange another callback from complaints❓‼️ Giant waste of time. Ofgem in a week 🕗 📆
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