In the PDM Buildbase WoSFL Conference C we have an almost full fixture list with only Glasgow Perthshire V St. Roch’s and Petershill v East Kilbride falling foul of the pandemic.
Leaders Drumchapel United host Vale of Clyde, who are under new management following the appointment of Bellshill coach Colin Reilly as first team manager last Sunday and the tin pail will be hoping for a boost having taken 4 points from their last possible 18 and sitting bottom of the table. Drumchapel have only tasted defeat once this season and last week demolished St. Anthony’s 7-1 at Petershill Park to make it back to back wins and they will have their sights set on another three points this week.
Kilsyth Rangers revival continues as the Duncansfield Park side team look to make it three wins in a row as they host Ardrossan Winton Rovers knowing a win can take them within 2 points of their opponents having played a game less. Ardrossan themselves have only tasted defeat once in their last 6 matches and are unbeaten in their last four having taken 2 wins and 2 draws, the latest a 2-2 draw with Yoker, so it promises to be a tight affair.
Vale of Leven travel to Gasworks Park to face Larkhall Thistle looking to turn around a poor spell of form that has saw them pick up only one point from their last six matches whilst Larkhall have only 2 wins and a draw from their previous 6. A win for the visitors could lift them out of the bottom three, and Larkhall could climb as high as eighth with all three points.
McKenna Park is the venue as Saint Anthony’s look to bounce back from the aforementioned defeat to Drumchapel as they host Lanark United. The Yowes haven’t tasted victory since their opening day win against Larkhall and will be desperate to turn their form around and start climbing the table. The Ants could go level on points with Ardrossan with a win depending on results and will be looking to get back to the kind of form that saw them win 3 of their last 5 matches.
Yoker face second placed Neilston at Holm Park today and the home side have slowly started to turn their form around having picked up all of their 5 points this season in their last 3 matches having lost 6 on the bounce before that but they face a Neilston team who got back to winning ways against Vale of Clyde last time out and with the two sides below them not playing its a chance for the Farmer’s boys to open up a 5 point gap between them and St Roch’s in third place
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