FORFARSHIRE have to wait until tomorrow to defend their unbeaten run in the Eastern First Division as they square up to Corstorphine in Edinburgh.
Shire all-rounder Aman Bailwal explained: “They are having problems getting access to their ground on Saturdays, so they are having to switch to Sunday at Inverleith. Whatever the venue, we will be focused on maintaining the momentum we have been building up.”
The Broughty Ferry outfit are boosted by the return of overseas player-coach David Colin-Thome.
Freuchie’s string of tussles with neighbours Falkland continues at Muir Road and the hosts will be minus old stagers David Cowan and Scott Gourlay.
Elsewhere, Dundee HSFP host Glenrothes and West Lothian are likely to be much too strong for the locals at Penicuik.
In the West Zone, East Kilbride go head to head with Weirs at Torrance House.
Greenock’s quest to bounce back from their dismal loss to Kelburne will be hit by the absence of Scotland star Richie Berrington when they tackle Prestwick at Henry Thow Oval.
Kelburne will find the challenge tougher at Stenhousemuir, who will be keen to build on their success against Weirs.
Poloc will be eager to claim revenge on Ferguslie at Shawholm, having lost to the Paisley brigade in the CSL 40 tourney on Sunday.