Stirling Albion’s next game is at home to Peterhead on Saturday and it’s our last Forthbank fixture before Christmas, with trips to Forfar and Ayr to come.
We drew 1-1 at Balmoor on the opening day of the League 1 season when Rory McAllister equalised with five minutes left after Gordon Smith had given us a 55th-minute lead.
Peterhead had no game at the weekend after exiting the Scottish Cup to Stranraer in round three and drew 1-1 at home to Brechin in their last outing on November 22.
Jim McInally’s men are sixth in the table but have a game in hand after the SPFL ordered that their November 15 match at Ayr – which the Blue Toon won 3-2 – be replayed as Peterhead defender Reece Donaldson was fielded when suspended.
Admission is £13 for adults, £8 for seniors & students, £5 for U17s and FREE for U12s.
It will be a special day off the park, with the squad who defeated Selkirk 20-0 in the Scottish Cup first round at Annfield on December 8, 1984 gathering at Forthbank for a 30th anniversary reunion.