SELKIRK FC are at full strength for their East of Scotland First Division clash against Easthouses Lily tomorrow, writes Fiona Scott.
And following a midweek victory over Duns, the Souters will be looking to get a run going.
Defender Jason Inglis said: “Last Saturday we got a draw with Burntisland, but it was a game we deserved to win as I thought we were the better side. Once again, however, we didn’t take our chances and not being able to hit the net has been our main problem this season. We seem to have solved that on Tuesday night, but we must keep it going.
“We haven’t played Easthouses yet, so I am not sure what to expect, but hopefully we can score more goals and get another three points.”
Selkirk got their first win in eight games with a 2-0 triumph over the Dingers.
Bobby Gay and Jamie Gibson were the scorers for the Souters in only their third win of the league season. They sit in 12th place with seven games remaining.
Elsewhere, Selkirk Victoria have only three games left – Bowholm at home tomorrow, Stow at home on Tuesday, and Linton Hotspur away (date tbc).
On Tuesday night, they beat Linton Hotspur at home 3-1 with headed goals from Ross Purves and Ryan Clapperton, and a long-range screamer from Alistair Orr. The Vics are in fifth position in Division B.