We are going for a fifth away win in a row when we travel to Cowdenbeath on Saturday, looking to bounce back from last week’s 3-1 defeat at home to Queen’s Park.
Team news: Goalkeepers Blair Currie and Cammy Binnie remain out, along with left-back Jordan Lowdon. Striker Dylan Mackin is also sidelined but midfielder Kevin Nicoll is available after missing the last three games.
Opponents: Cowdenbeath are third in the table, seven points ahead of Stirling with a game in hand. Their home record is very impressive – nine wins, one draw and one defeat. Gary Bollan’s men drew 2-2 with Stenhousemuir at Ochilview last weekend.
Past meetings: Cowdenbeath won 1-0 at Central Park in August. Kris Renton scored the only goal just after half-time and we had Kyle Banner sent off late on. It finished 0-0 at Forthbank in a midweek game at the end of October.
Referee: Gavin Ross
Admission: Adults £13, Concessions £7 (65 and over and U16). Photographic ID may be requested for anyone using the concession gate.
Parking: The car park at Central Park will be in operation for all supporters at a charge of £2 per car and £5 per coach.
Bar: Stirling Albion fans are welcome in the Andy Matthew Lounge, which is located upstairs in the Main Stand.
Weather: Wet and windy
Twitter: The usual updates will be available @Stirling_Albion
Next meeting: Stirling Albion v Cowdenbeath – 04/04/20
Our next game: Stirling Albion v Stenhousemuir – 22/02/20