We head for Gayfield on Saturday to face Arbroath at the start of a big week that sees Montrose visit Forthbank on Tuesday before we host Berwick Rangers next weekend.
We are currently four points outside the play-offs and are seeking our first win since beating Annan 1-0 just before Christmas.
Team news: Skipper Ross McMillan is fit to return after three months on the sidelines but Kevin McKinlay remains out. Willie Robertson faces a late fitness test on a calf strain while midfielder Lewis McLear, on loan from St Mirren, could make his debut. U20 top scorer Ross Kavanagh and winger Moses Olanrewaju may be added to the squad following the departure of Sandy Cunningham on loan to Berwick Rangers.
Past meetings: We were beaten 2-0 on our last visit to Gayfield in September with two goals early in the second half, but came from behind to win 3-1 at Forthbank in November despite having keeper Chris Smith sent off.
Opponents: Todd Lumsden’s side are in good form, having won five of their last six matches, the most recent of which was 3-0 away to East Stirlingshire. They are sixth in the table, one place and two points above the Binos. Loan signings Josh Skelly (Dundee) and Jamie Henry (Aberdeen) recently moved to Arbroath.
Admission: Adults £13, Concessions £7, Parent & Child £15
Referee: Kevin Graham
Catering: Steak pies usually excellent!
Distance: It’s 72 miles from Stirling to Arbroath
Twitter: Updates available @Stirling_Albion
Next meeting: Stirling Albion v Arbroath – 05/03/16
Our next game: Stirling Albion v Montrose – 09/02/16