We’re back on the road for the first of 4 away games in our next 5 matches as we take on Forfar Athletic. The Loons have been on a good run of form as of late, since the appointment of Ray McKinnon as manager.

In terms of meetings this season, the sides have one win each in the two meetings. Forfar won 2-1 in the previous meeting at Ochilview whilst the Warriors won by the same score at Station Park in August.

The Loons go into Saturday’s match on the back of 4 wins in a row, whilst the Warriors remain unbeaten in league action in 2023.

This will be meeting 202 between the sides with the Warriors boasting more victories with 85 to Forfar’s 78. It’s tight in terms of goals scored in the fixtures, with Saturday’s hosts edging it by 7 goals, scoring 365.

Conor Brennan is the only player unavailable with Dan Higgins returning to the squad following missing out last week.



Kick-off: 3pm

Match Entry: You can pay at the gate at Station park using cash.

Stand admission charges are;-

  • Adults £15
  • 65 & over £9
  • Under 17’s £5

Terracing admission charges are;-

  • Adults £14
  • 65 & over £8
  • Under 17’s £5

Getting There: Click here for details of how to get to Station Park by car or train.

Referee: Matthew MacDermid

Assistants: Colin Drummond & Scott Bunting



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