The ‘Gers travel to Balmoor tomorrow for a 3pm clash with high-flying Peterhead, who are challenging again in League Two this season after narrowly missing out on promotion to League One in 2017/18.
Jim McInally and his side have started the league campaign well, with a 0-1 home defeat by league leaders Edinburgh FC as their only blemish so far, sitting in 2nd place.
The Blue Toon bounced back from an IRN-Bru cup exit at the hands of Irish side Bohemians with a thrilling 2-4 victory away at Cowdenbeath last time out. Coming from behind to seal the points.
League Two Player of the Month of August, Rory McAllister, will be looking to add to his already impressive tally of 5 league goals already this campaign.
This is Berwick’s 11th away game at Peterhead FC in their history. Winning 2 and scoring 12 goals in the previous 10 encounters.
Robbie and the boys will be looking to bounce back from the home defeat last weekend and there will be some changes to the matchday squad. Jamie Todd is suspended after receiving two yellow cards in a friendly match on Tuesday.
Sean Murphy is also out after going over his ankle during the same game. Ouzy See remains sidelined whilst his recovery continues whilst Ally Adams and Darren Lavery are also unavailable.
Young striker Grant Rose has gone out on loan to Haddington. Horn is still trying to add to the squad ahead of a busy schedule.
Berwick won 0-2 at Peterhead last season in one of their results of the year.
Manager Jim McInally could call on a player close to home to assist for this match. McInally recently signed his own son-in-law, Ryan Dow, on loan from Ross County until January.
Rory McAllister is the danger man for the Blue Toon, with over 100 goals for the club to date. Jamie Stevenson also has a couple of league goals to his name already this term.
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Adults will cost £12 for those making the journey. Concessions are priced at £6.
Scott Lambie is the ref on Saturday. He will be supported by Douglas Ross and Mat Northcroft.
We wish all our supporters making the trip a safe journey. The lads will need the support in a difficult fixture and we hope you all return with the 3 points!
Enjoy the game.