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MATCH PREVIEW - CALEDONIAN BRAVES (H)


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MATCH PREVIEW - CALEDONIAN BRAVES (H)

Posted†February 18, 2023

It’s a second successive home game as we welcome Caledonian Braves to Central Park for the first time with a 3pm kick off.

The Braves sit in tenth place in the Lowland League after 28 games which have yielded 42 points. Only league leaders Rangers B have scored more goals than their 72 league goals although they have conceded 56. They have also scored a further 24 goals in the Scottish and South Challenge Cups.

Our previous meeting at Alliance Park in early November was a low scoring encounter by their standards with a Luke Main header six minutes into the second half separating the sides on a drab wet night.

They go into today's game on a three game winning run and overall in 2023 they have won five of their seven league and cup games.

For us last Saturday saw our first defeat of the year when we went down to a narrow 2-1 defeat from leaders Rangers B. Iain Davidson starts a two game suspension after being red carded in the Wee Gers game but Andy Black has resumed training this week and could be back in the squad along with new signing Sam Young.


MATCH SPONSOR : COWDEN IN THE COMMUNITY
MATCHBALL SPONSOR :†OLIVIA & FINLEY McMILLAN



MATCH OFFICIALS

REFEREE – Greg Soutar

ASSISTANT REFEREES – Craig Stevens & Jake Feechan


ADMISSION

Adults - £10 (£11 PATG) | Concessions - £5 (£6 PATG) | 12 and under - FREE | Season tickets are valid for this game.

To save £1, you can buy your ticket in advance†here.


PROGRAMME

Issue 13 of The Blue Brazilian is sold out.


TODAY'S OTHER LOWLAND LEAGUE FIXTURES

Berwick Rangers v OG Broomhill
Bo’ness United v East Kilbride
Celtic B v Gretna 2008
Dalbeattie Star v The Spartans
Hearts B v Gala Fairydean Rovers
Rangers B v Tranent Juniors
University of Stirling v Cumbernauld Colts



Previewer: Andrew Mullen.†

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