A WIN tonight for bottom side Clyde over Montrose would see real hope emerge that the Bully Wee can avoid finishing at the bottom of the Scottish Football League for the first time in their 134-year history.
ARBROATH extended their advantage at the top to six points despite being held to a 1-1 draw by bottom-of-the-table Clyde at Broadwood.
Clyde may be hosting league leaders Arbroath tonight, but Jim Duffy's men have shown they can hold their own against the league's best sides.
Montrose player/manager Steven Tweed informed his players after Saturday's 2-1 defeat from Annan that he was reluctantly standing down from his position due to work commitments and, unfortunately for the Links Park chief, he could not go out with a bang.
Montrose player/manager Steven Tweed has reluctantly resigned due to increased work commitments. He informed the players of the decision after yesterday's match at Annan.
Arbroath 2, Berwick Rangers 1
SEVEN teams still have legitimate title claims after leaders Arbroath lost 3-2 at Elgin City
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Boyd's loan move to Rangers could be back on, Samaras being courted by Juventus while Riordan is linked with a move to Ibrox.
Three games beat the freeze with ever improving Elgin City coming from behind to throw the title race wide open by defeating leaders Stranraer 2-1 at Borough Briggs.
Montrose proved the theory that the lower-league team gets just one shot at producing a Scottish Cup upset as Dunfermline booked a last-16 trip to Pittodrie to face Aberdeen.
A TEAM outside the Old Firm has been guaranteed a place in the final of the Scottish Cup following today's fifth round draw.
Dunfermline's Scottish Cup replay with Montrose is set to become the latest match to fall foul of the weather after a pitch inspection was arranged for 9.30am today.
Montrose manager Steven Tweed decided there was no substitute for experience for this tie and, following last week's 5-0 loss to neighbours Arbroath, picked himself and Paul Tosh.