Tomorrow I travel to Bellslea Park to watch a firefly match between Fraserburgh and Deveronvale. With this clash being important to both sides as the traveling team look to build on their superb win over Locos and the hosts are looking to end a run of five games without a win. They are without the suspended Bryan Hay.While, visitors Deveronvale recorded a tremendous 4-2 win at Inverurie last week.
They are boosted further by the return to the squad of Connor Rennie and Kyle Rae. But Stuart Leslie and Leigh Henderson are offshore and Sean Keith misses out through injury. In this match the hunger of getting a win for the first time in five games for the Broch will prove to be a catalyst for a top performance and a victory tomorrow afternoon. I have said that sometimes it’s not always healthy to come into a match on a positive note as you can get carried away and keep looking back at that brilliant result. But that will not affect Deveronvale as they will certainly test the hosts a lot.However, for me Fraserburgh will edge it out.
Deveronvale‘s form : W L D W L
Fraserburgh‘s form : D L D D W
The last time both sides met each other was back in October last year when Deveronvale just beat Fraserburgh 1-0.
Verdict :I am predicting a 4-2 win for Fraserburgh. As I think their fire power with Scott Barbour up front and creative players such as Graham Johnson will be causing the Vale far too many problems. But the Vale will give the hosts a run for their money. Hopefully this time I will get my prediction right.
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