Albion Rovers vs Stenhousemuir
Scottish League 2
Saturday 17th October
The Reigart Stadium
HOW TO WATCH
Season Ticket holders have now been sent the unique voucher code that will enable them to watch Saturday’s match.
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The price for this match will be £8, this will include commentary and a live feed of the match.
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PRE MATCH THOUGHTS
Brian Reid’s thoughts on Tuesday’s history-making bonus point shootout win over Stranraer:
“I was pleased with the way we fought back from going a goal down. The start was poor and I have made that clear to the team. Our two goals were similar and I really enjoyed how we created the chances.
“We had such a young team once again and it would have been easy for them to lose the early goal and sink, but we didn’t. Matthew Aitken was brilliant again with the assists and his overall work.
“I was really happy with our desire and effort. Gabe Skeoch, Finn Ecrepont and Joe Moore are all really quick and create problems for them at the back. Aron Lynas was great, he put in a real captains performance, for his first game this season at right-back he looked really comfortable.
“It was nice about the record for the penalties – I had every player want to take one which is a really good thing. It sets us up nicely for Saturday.”
Ahead of Stenhousemuir:
“We are hopeful we will have some of the guys back, Lewis Wilson will be back after suspension. I am hopeful for the others that they can make it. Scott Glover and Lewis Baker are close.
“No games in this division are easy, they are a well-established team who have spent a good few years in the league above. It feels really odd to know there will be no supporters in the ground, it’s gutting.
“I’ve noticed so far we seem to be the underdogs in every match, the bookies certainly dont fancy us. I think we have to use that and prove people wrong. This squad can challenge.
“It’s true we have dont have a big squad, but I want to give the young guys a chance. In pre-season, they have taken it so far. People are knocking on the door, but everyone will need to maintain a high standard all the time.
“I want to thank our supporters for everything they have done to back us so far and I wish you could be with us.”
Listen to an extended interview with Aron Lynas: