The ‘Gers travel to Elgin City for the final regulation league fixture of the season on Saturday, with kick-off at 3pm.
With Johnny Harvey leaving his post this week, John Brownlie and Ian Little have been appointed as Manager and Assistant Manager respectively. They will be in charge for the game at Borough Briggs.
Both sides are in poor form with neither winning in their last 5 games. The new management duo will be looking for a positive performance to take into the vital play-off games in the next two weeks.
No doubt there will be some eyes on the result of the game between Cove Rangers and East Kilbride, with Cove leading 2-1 from the first leg.
This will be the 52nd league encounter between the two sides in history with the current record as follows:
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The Gers have scored 87 times against Elgin to date and both sides have beaten each other already this season.
The big news this week obviously centres around the managerial change and what team changes might be made ahead of two of the biggest games in the clubs history. Hopefully Dougie Brydon and Ouzy See can get some minutes in preparation for the crunch play-offs.
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Elgin’s season has petered out in recent months, possibly since leading scorer Shane Sutherland deflected to table topping Peterhead mid-way through the campaign. Brian Cameron is the leading scorer still at the club with 7 goals this season.
The club boosted the ranks for next season this week with the signing of Rory MacEwan on a one-year deal. The youngster has played for the club before.
Adults are £12 for this one, with concessions at £7 and U16s allowed entry for free. We need your support more than ever currently and hope that many of you choose to make the journey. This game could be crucial in getting momentum before the relegation play-off deciders.
Chris Fordyce is the referee on Saturday. Gordon Crawford and Keiran Trayner are the assistants.
We urge all supporters to get behind John, Ian and the lads for the remaining 3 games of the season. We need your support to ensure that Berwick remain in League Two for next season. Come on the ‘Gers!