Second Division

COWDENBEATH'S future may not be particularly secure off the park but they will be looking to continue their push for promotion at home to Stenhousemuir today.

There has been speculation that the Fife club could merge with Spartans or seek to ground share with one of their local neighbours. On the field, Danny Lennon will be looking for a reaction from his side after they lost to Stirling Albion last weekend. That defeat ended a run of seven games without defeat but the Blue Brazil remain the most likely challengers to Alloa for the league title.

Stenhousemuir find themselves in an entirely different situation as, having lost three games in a row, coupled with Arbroath's recent upturn in form, John Coughlin's side are in danger of slipping into the relegation play-off place if their form does not improve.

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An unbeaten run of eight matches looked to have ensured Stenhousemuir's participation in the Second Division for next season but they have a fight on their hands between now and May. Their recent record at Central Park doesn't offer much comfort with just one victory from their last five visits, while they haven't won any of their last four away matches.