There will be a 10am pitch inspection ahead of our trip to play Berwick Rangers at Shielfield on Saturday. We make the journey south four points adrift of East Stirlingshire at the foot of the Third Division table while the Borderers are in seventh spot but are only four points shy of the play-offs.
Team news: Recent signings Jamie Bishop and David Crawford are in the squad but Gary Thom (suspended) and Jamie Clark (illness) miss out. Midfielder Gavin Macpherson this week left the club. Berwick are without Dene Droudge, Marc Lancaster and Damien Gielty but on-loan winger Ross Gray is available for his final game before returning to Livingston.
This season: Jordan White scored a debut goal on our last visit to Shielfield in September but we crashed to a 4-1 defeat. We gained revenge with a terrific 6-3 win at Forthbank in December.
Match facts: We have picked up just two points away from home this season, against Peterhead and Clyde, and haven’t kept a clean sheet on the road in a league game for 12 months. Berwick have lost just one of their nine home games in Division Three. Their last match was a 4-2 defeat to Rangers at Ibrox a fortnight ago, on the same day we lost 2-1 at Clyde.
Greig McDonald: “We have not won away from home this season so it would be good to put that right – we are determined to get away from the position we are in.”
Ian Little: “Our pride was hurt when we lost six goals to Stirling in our last meeting and we will be looking to put that right.”
Last five form: Berwick LLWWL Stirling WLDLL
Referee: Euan Anderson
Admission: Adults £10, concessions £5
Twitter: For those not able to make it, we will have live updates @Stirling_Albion
Weather: Overnight snow clearing to leave a dry, cold day
Other D3 games: Annan v Peterhead, East Stirling v Clyde, Rangers v Montrose
Next meeting: Stirling Albion v Berwick Rangers, 30/03/13