- Created: Saturday, 30 March 2019 00:45
- Published: Saturday, 30 March 2019 00:45
- Written by Stephen Shand
Highland Football League
Brora Rangers v Nairn County
Brora take on Nairn at Dudgeon Park, and it's a must win game for the home side if they've any chance of winning the title. Player-manager Steven Mackay has a full squad to choose from as Zander Sutherland returns from suspension.
Nairn travel with the same squad who produced a stunning late comeback to win at Turriff last weekend.
Buckie Thistle v Huntly
Buckie face Huntly at Victoria Park and they'll be without the injured Craig Dorrat, Shaun Carroll, John McLeod, Jay Cheyne and Cieran McLean. Former Aberdeen youth player Mark McLauchlan is added to the squad after joining the Jags on a three-year deal.
Huntly are without Alex Thoirs who is offshore and Corey Ritchie with an ankle injury. Ross Still is back in the squad following a suspension.
Clach v Fort William
Colin Macrae and Ryan Mackintosh are both out injured for Clach, while Ross MacKillop is away on holiday. Keiran Chalmers and Dominick Edwards return to the squad.
Fort have conceded another 29 goals in their last three outings as they continue to look for their first league win of the season.
Cove Rangers v Wick Academy
Cove need seven points from their remaining four games to retain the title and they'll aim to get the first three when Wick visit Balmoral Stadium. Boss John Sheran again has a full squad to choose from.
Wick are without Grant Steven, Jack Halliday, Andy Hardwick and Alan Hughes through injury. There are also doubts over Michael Steven, Danny Mackay and Gordon MacNab.
Formartine Utd v Lossiemouth
Formartine host Lossiemouth at North Lodge Park and they go into the game in excellent goalscoring form, after putting a total of ten goals past Strathspey and Clach in the last week.
Lossie will we aiming to improve on a recent record of just one point from their last five league games.