Robbie Horn and the lads travel to Links Park Stadium, Montrose, tomorrow for a Ladbrokes League Two match against Stewart Petrie’s Montrose side.
This will be the second match in succession where the ‘Gers have faced the side at the top of the table, with the Gable Endies having passed Peterhead at the summit due to a midweek 0-3 victory at bottom side, Cowdenbeath.
Montrose now have a 3 point advantage at the top as they look to clinch the title and League One status in the coming weeks.
Montrose won the previous encounter on their turf 3-0 this season whilst the last game at Shielfield between the sides ended in an exciting 2-2 draw back in February.
Berwick will be looking for the points to secure their League status and look forward to the remaining fixtures, weather permitting!
Paul Willis will be missing this weekend with a groin injury. Therefore a spot in the starting 11 will be available and Horn will need to consider his options following the defeat to Peterhead last Saturday. Ouzy See, Aaron Murrell and Gary Phillips are amongst those looking for a recall to the team.
Young Jack Hamilton will be looking to continue his recent run of goal scoring form.
Stewart Petrie will be hoping that all his squad came through the Cowdenbeath game on Tuesday unscathed and ready to go again. It’s been a real team effort from Montrose this season which is reflected in their leading goalscorers being Lewis Milne (10 goals), Chris Templeton (9 goals) and Gary Fraser (7 goals). All have been sharing the burden with Milne in great form currently after a brace in the Cowdenbeath triumph.
Ladbrokes offer the following odds for Saturday:
All adults will be allowed entry for £13 with concessions available at £7. Family admission is £16 and is for 1 adult and 1 under 16.
We wish all our travelling supporters a safe journey.
Peter Stuart is the man in charge of this one. Willie Conquer and Robert Thomson will be running the lines.
We hope that you all enjoy the game and the team pick up a result to end the season in a positive manner. Come on the ‘Gers!