Carnoustie will be looking to extend their run of victories in the Super League as Alan McSkimming takes his side in to Fife for a first ever visit to Treaton Park to take on Kennoway Star Hearts. The Gowfers made it five wins on the bounce with last weekends 3-0 victory at West Calder United in the East Of Scotland Cup.
The win at Hermand Park saw returns for Robert Urquhart and Steven Cook from injury while Luke McGeehan made his first start of the season, leaving the gaffer with selection dilemmas ahead of this weekends trip.
Elsewhere in the Super League the game of the day is at Penicuik Park where the league leaders host title favourites Bonnyrigg Rose who appointed David White as manager in midweek, taking over from Robbie Horn. This clash is by no means the only big game with Bo’ness United hosting Linlithgow Rose at Newtown Park and Lochee United taking on Dundonald Bluebell at Thomson Park.
Broughty Athletic will once again be in the hands of Jamie McCunnie and Jamie Winter as they face Camelon at Whitton Park, their search for a new manager continuing. In the other games Broxburn Athletic face Hill Of Beath at home while Jeanfield Swifts take on Forfar West End at Riverside Stadium. Making up the full set of fixtures, Sauchie travel to New Douglas Park to face Newtongrange Star.