Selkirk hope their improved run of form will still be on track as they entertain Dalbeattie Star at Yarrow Park on Saturday, writes John Slorance.
Manager Stevie Forrest told The Southern: “We have picked up two points in our last two games against good sides, but it could well have been six points.
“Our attitude is good and we are starting to play well. However, Dalbeattie had an excellent win over Edinburgh City last Saturday – City’s first defeat of the season – and Star will be on a high.”
Vale of Leithen meet East Kilbride at Victoria Park.
In the East of Scotland First Division, bottom-placed Kelso United face Burntisland Shipyard at home.
United manager Prof Blaikie said: “It hasn’t been a good season, but things are getting better. We are improving in every game. I have a young squad and they are mainly local now, and that’s the road that Kelso will be taking.”
Hawick Royal Albert meet Ormiston at home for the second week in succession.
Included in the Hawick squad is Liam Henderson, who has joined the Albert Park club on loan from Selkirk for the remainder of the season.
Peebles Rovers travel to tackle Lothian Thistle HV in the King Cup.