Tomorrow afternoon Lossiemouth have an away clash against an in form Fraserburgh at Bellslea Park. The last few games have frustrated the Coasters with defeats to Brora, Inverurie Locos and Nairn County in the Highland League Cup. They will view this match as a springboard to get back to winning ways.
While the Broch will want to continue your excellent run of form along with taking advantage of Wick Academy playing in a Cup semi-final by grabbing all three points to move them into 3rd place above the Scorries. The Broch will be hoping to have a whole fit squad for this match. The visitors are missing Marc Hector, Kevin Flett, and Watson through injury.
Willie Mathers and Chris Ross return to the team however Scott Miller is unavailable and Sam Milton and Kevin Duguid are offshore. Scott Wilson returns from suspension, Ryan Farquhar returns from injury. Jordan Main and Bob Alexander are available again for the travelling team.
The last time both sides met each other was back in October last year when Fraserburgh just beat Lossiemouth 6-5 at Grant Park. Verdict: Fraserburgh are on a good run of form and the visitors very much aren’t. On paper, the Broch should sweep Lossie aside comfortably, but in the Highland League you never know anything can happen. I predict a 4-2 victory for the Broch. Fingers crossed this prediction is correct for a change as usually my predictions are miles away from the result. I am certainly not a prediction king!
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