We are seeking our sixth away win in a row when we go to Glebe Park on Saturday for the first of five matches in the space of a fortnight.
Team news: Goalkeepers Blair Currie and Cammy Binnie and left-back Jordan Lowdon are still sidelined. Striker Dylan Mackin is available after missing the last couple of games with an arm injury.
Opponents: Brechin are seven points adrift of Albion Rovers at the foot of the table but earned 0-0 draws with both Edinburgh City and Queen’s Park on Saturday and Wednesday. Their January signings included Andy Jackson and Rhys McCabe while Hearts defender Alex Petkov joined Mark Wilson’s side on loan earlier this month.
Past meetings: It was 1-1 at Glebe Park in October when Paul McLean equalised after Paul McManus had opened the scoring. Brechin won 4-2 at Forthbank in December, helped by a goal from keeper Lewis McMinn. Our last win at Glebe Park was 2-1 in April 2012 when Mark Ferry and Alan Cook netted.
Referee: Graham Grainger
Admission: Reduced prices apply this weekend – Adults £10, Seniors & Students £5, Under 18s free
Stadium: Glebe Park is a gem of a ground. Change ends at half-time or stand on the narrow terracing beside the famous hedge.
Twitter: The usual updates will be available @Stirling_Albion
Next meeting: Stirling Albion v Brechin City – 25/04/20
Our next game: Stirling Albion v Stenhousemuir – 03/03/20