Berwick return to Shielfield Park tomorrow for the eagerly awaited League Two clash against Brown Ferguson and his Stenhousemuir side.

Hopefully the weather is stable and we finally get to play against the Warriors in Berwick as the fixtures between the sides have been postponed multiple times during 2018.

Saturday was a mixed day for the ‘Gers as League Two survival was finally secured due to the Cowdenbeath result, however this positive development was overshadowed by the horrific injury suffered by striker Ouzy See. An injury that delayed the game away at Montrose by over an hour as assistance arrived.

Stenhousemuir have won both games at Ochilview Park comfortably this season, with an aggregate total of 7-0 to the Warriors.

Due to the aforementioned postponements the sides will meet again, at Shielfield, next Tuesday also!

Berwick News

Robbie will be hoping that everyone has recovered from the strange game on Saturday and are ready to end the season on a positive note. This match marks three home games in succession within the next week.

Ouzy See, who the club have confirmed has suffered a broken leg, will obviously not be available so Robbie will have to shuffle his pack. We all wish Ouzy a speedy recovery.

Stenhousemuir News

Brown Ferguson and his side enjoyed a thrilling 3-2 victory over Annan Athletic at the weekend to increase their chances of a play-off place. The Warriors are now three points ahead of Clyde and Elgin City with two games in hand. Both of these games coming against the ‘Gers in the next week.

Andrew Dallas is in good form since joining from Rangers on loan and Harry Paton will be buoyed from a match winning double on Saturday.

Mark McGuigan is the leading scorer this season with 20 league goals.

Odds

Ladbrokes see this encounter as follows:

Berwick 3/1

Draw 5/2

Stenhousemuir 3/4

Admission

Usual home prices apply for this game with £12 for adults and £7 for concessions. Under 16s, as usual, will be allowed free entry when accompanied by a paying adult.

Officials

Craig Napier is the referee tomorrow night. Ralph Gordon and Daniel Graves will be on the lines for this one.

We hope to see as many of you at the game as possible as we look to end the season positively. With league status secure we hope you come to cheer on the lads. Come on the ‘Gers!