The ‘Gers travel to the national stadium, Hampden Park, tomorrow to take on newly relegated Queen’s Park in League Two. The game kicks off at 3pm.
Gus MacPherson’s side opened with a creditable 1-1 draw at Peterhead last weekend. Captain Scott Gibson with the goal for Scotland’s oldest association football club.
Robbie Horn and the boys will travel north full of confidence after the wonderful 1-0 victory over Stirling Albion to open their League Two campaign.
Robbie will be hoping for more of the same from the squad after a rousing second half performance produced the goods last Saturday. Ross Brown will be hoping to add to his superb goal in that encounter.
Oliver Fleming will be pushing to replace Jamie Todd in the defence with Todd suffering an injury in the opening day triumph. Travelling supporters will be buoyed by that showing, which resulted in almost every player being nominated by fans for the man of the match award on social media.
Queen’s Park News
Gus MacPherson will be looking to start their first home League Two game for a while with a victory. Queen’s Park dropped into the division having finished 9th in League One last May. Ciaran Summers is expected to be injured again, along with Ewan MacPherson, Dan Kindlan, Lewis Magee and Dominic McLaren.
Match sponsors Ladbrokes have this one as follows:
Queen’s Park 8/11
Entry to Hampden is £14 for adults, £5 for senior citizens and £3 for other concessions (Students and Children).
Away fans will usually be seated in section P.
David Lowe takes charge of this one with Ross Haswell and Michael MacDermid on the flanks.
We wish all supporters a safe journey to one of the best stadiums in Britain. It is always a treat for the ‘Gers to play there and we hope to continue our solid start to the 18/19 League season.
Come on the ‘Gers!