Football is back! We hope that the relentless beast from the east has finally subsided and that the League Two match away at Elgin City will be on tomorrow, kick off 3pm.

Robbie and the boys will travel to Elgin hoping for a first game since 24th February due to the cold snap.

This is the third meeting between the sides this season and if it is anything like the first two it promises to be an entertaining affair.

Elgin inflicted a 5-1 hammering on the ‘Gers in the last meeting at Borough Briggs, with Gary Phillips netting the solitary Berwick strike. However, a rousing comeback at Shielfield Park meant that the ‘Gers won the other encounter 3-2, with late goals from now departed Michael McKenna and Aaron Murrell (2) completing the turnaround.

Berwick News

Unfortunately Aaron Murrell won’t be the hero this time as he is sidelined with injury. Darren Lavery is also unavailable. Kevin McKinlay is back and ready for selection.

Robbie Horn is looking forward to having a game this weekend and is planning to building on the momentum of the last two drawn league games. Berwick will be looking for a first win since 27th January, due to some bad luck and bad weather, and to take some confidence into the upcoming run of home fixtures.

Elgin News

Gavin Price’s side currently sit 5th in the table and will still be harbouring play-off ambitions. Elgin lost 4-0 away at Edinburgh last time out and will be looking to get back to form. The Borough Briggs side have two victories in the last five league games.

Brian Cameron is leading scorer in 2017-18 with 9 league goals and 4 assists.

Odds

Match sponsors have this one as follows;

Elgin 3/4

Draw 5/2

Berwick 3/1

Admission

Adults will be charged £12 for this game with concessions available for as little as £7. Supporters can upgrade to the stand for an additional £2.

The hospitality room bar will be open from 1.30pm and children are welcome under adult supervision. All members and guests are welcome to Elgin City social club.

Officials

Lorraine Watson will officiate the game and be supported by Kylie Cockburn and Jonathan Bell on the lines.

We wish all travelling supporters a safe trip and hope that you can bring back three points. The latest weather reports appear encouraging.

Enjoy the game!