TICK-TOCK goes the end of season clock. With the fifth-last round of league fixtures just past us, we reflect on some of the talking points from the weekend including Greenock Morton’s resurgence and Ayr United’s play-off jitters.
AHOY, landlubbers! This week we consider Falkirk’s attacking options; the timely return of Raith Rovers’ Paul Watson; Stenhousemuir’s play-off push; East Fife’s chances of survival; and East Stirlingshire’s latest capitulation.
ONCE again, we look at Rangers’ travails (oh, Ally!), Livingston’s tactical evolution under John McGlynn, Cowdenbeath’s “must-win game” problems, Michael Moffat’s triumphant return, and Peterhead’s promotion push.
TODAY we consider Hamilton Academical’s title prospects, Rangers’ recent poor performances, Ayr United’s indiscipline, Garry Kenneth’s poor start at Brechin City and Michael Daly’s prominence at Clyde.
THIS week’s column looks at the return of Blair Alston, Raith Rovers’ winter blues, Greenock Morton’s first away win of the season, Brechin City’s climb up the table, and Colin Cameron’s first match in charge of Berwick Rangers.
IN the second installment of our report cards marking the half-way point of the season, we mull over which League 1 teams will be competing for the dux and which ones are sitting on the naughty step.