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Albion win 3-1 on aggregate
Arbroath 4, Montrose 1
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Arbroath took a major step towards the first-ever silverware in the club's history as they defeated Clyde 3-0 at Broadwood on Saturday.
Clyde 0, Arbroath 3
Albion Rovers' 3-0 win over Third Division leaders Arbroath on Saturday was probably welcomed just as much in the south-west towns of Annan and Stranraer, as it was in Lanarkshire's Coatbridge, as it cut Paul Sheerin's side's lead to just two points.
Queen's Park 0, Annan Athletic 1
Albion Rovers came from behind to defeat Berwick Rangers 6-1 at Shielfield and move into second place in the Third Division with midfielder Scott Chaplain grabbing a hat-trick.
Arbroath 2, Berwick Rangers 1
ALBION Rovers presented an engraved plaque toArbroath player/manager Paul Sheerin on Tuesday night to mark his achievement of playing at every senior football ground in Scotland.
Albion Rovers, Arbroath and Stranraer were looking to top the Third Division last night, and by the time the final whistles blew at Cliftonhill and Galabank it was Arbroath who emerged as the top dogs as they beat Albion Rovers 2-0.
Albion Rovers manager Paul Martin looks set to recall the fit-again Chris Boyle to his midfield for tonight's visit of Arbroath knowing a win for the Coatbridge men would see them draw level with the league leaders.
ALBION Rovers' striker Robert Love endured a disappointing return to his former club Stenhousemuir's Ochilview ground as he missed a series of chances in the promotion-chasing Coatbridge side's goalless draw with East Stirling.
Celtic and Rangers gear up for Old Firm derby, Gary Hooper set for England call-up and Hearts close in on Zander Diamond.
Queen's Park 1, Arbroath 1
Stranraer 3, Arbroath 4
In today's Rumour Mill: Miller finally joins up with Bursaspor; Hibs in talks with Inverness hitman; Brown demands good money for Maguire; plus the rest of the day's news and gossip from the transfer market.
SCOTTISH Cup fourth round ties at Queen of the South, Morton and Falkirk were called off today as the weather continued to play havoc with the weekend football card.
THE return of the wintry weather in Scotland has forced several clubs in the Scottish Football League to call off matches, with more cancellations expected.
AN UNEXPECTED face has popped up in the Gallery of Famous Diners in Glasgow's Yen Chinese Restaurant.
THE SFA have drafted in foreign officials to break the Scottish referee strike this weekend, but some matches will still not go ahead. Here is a list of the matches that are on and off.