Morton completed a stunning fightback as a Declan McManus double helped them beat 10-man Stirling 4-3. Alex Cunningham headed the home side, currently bottom of Scottish League One, into the lead inside three minutes before Joe McKee curled a stunning effort past Callum Reidford to level for the visitors.Three minutes later the Binos' Ross McGeachie drilled them back into the lead before Angus Beith cut inside from the right and made it 3-1 to Stirling before the hour. Mark Russell supplied McManus,...
Scottish League One
Bryan Prunty bagged an early brace to help Airdrie see off Ayr United with a 3-0 Scottish League One victory at Excelsior Stadium.
Prunty put the hosts ahead after just eight minutes when striking with a close-range header and then doubled the advantage 12 minutes later when tucking a left-foot shot into the bottom corner of the net.
Jim Lister almost made it three in the second half before any thoughts of an Ayr fightback ended with the dismissal of Paul Slane for a bad foul on Patrick Boyle with...
Struggling Stenhousemuir shocked League One leaders Stranraer with a 2-0 win at Stair Park.
The Warriors, second bottom of the table prior to kick-off, arrived in the Lowlands as huge outsiders to face a team unbeaten in 18 matches in all competitions since the end of August.
But they went ahead after 12 minutes when Tom Walsh beat goalkeeper David Mitchell with a low, left-foot shot from the right-hand side of the penalty area.
Chances would prove few and far between and it was not until just after...
Brechin miss only Callum Tapping because of a serious knee injury as they host Dunfermline.
Glebe Park manager Ray McKinnon is looking for his men to build on their stealth-like approach to moving towards a play-off place.
He explained: "We are unbeaten in 10 games and have climbed the table but no-one has really noticed as we have drawn too many times. If we could beat a big club in Dunfermline then we will no longer be under the radar but have announced ourselves as promotion candidates.
Peterhead could be at full strength against Forfar as Ross Smith and Ryan McCann are back in training after knocks and David Cox is expected to return following illness.
Manager Jim McInally is looking for his side to shock a promotion-chasing side for the second week running after defeating Morton last weekend.
He said: "We played really well to win down at Greenock and we need to play like that again to defeat Forfar.
"They have been strong all season and for 45 minutes in our first game against them...