Charlie King has urged his Tayport side to impose themselves on Bathgate when they make the trip to Creamery Park on Saturday. ‘Port continue to impress in the league this season, and will head into the weekend sitting nicely in fourth position. The side took a point from their weekend visit to Whitburn having come back from two goals down. But the Canniepairt gaffer admits they can’t keep giving their opponents a head start.
Craig Morrison says he knows the quality in his side - and now wants his squad members to believe in it themselves. Saints sit sixth in the McBookie.com East Premier League after their 2-2 draw with Arniston Rangers on Saturday. United looked to be on course for the win until a late equaliser in the closing minutesBut with a game in hand over those above them, Morrison has urged his side to kick on and reinforce a place in the promotion spots.
Darren Young expects a reaction from Saturday’s opponents Alloa Athletic when he takes his Fifers to the Indodrill Stadium. The Wasps have laboured in their start to the new campaign, and currently sit third bottom of the division. It’s unfamiliar territory for a side which normally finds itself battling it out for a top four place. And Young’s men, who’ll go into the game flying after Saturday’s 5-4 win over Albion Rovers, will be aiming to inflict further damage on their hosts.
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