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The Black and Gold journey to Forthbank this weekend for an encounter against Stirling Albion at the sharp end of the table. The Binos sit second in the cinch League Two table and have mirrored Fife’s results for the last 5 weeks, having lost last weekend 2-0 at home to Albion.

The Fifers will be hoping to replicate their second half performance, after fighting valiantly against Albion Rovers last week, falling to a last-minute penalty.

Squad News

Aaron Steele will serve this 1 match suspension after his early dismissal against Albion Rovers. Youngster Ryan Schiavone remains sidelined along with the long-term injuries: Conor McManus, Brogan Walls, Rabin Omar and ‘keeper Scott Gallacher.

Team Colours

East Fife will don their green shirts, with white shorts and socks, with the goalkeeper in all yellow.

The home side will be in their home colours, with a red top and shorts, alongside their red and white striped socks. Their goalkeeper will be clad in turquoise.

Previous Encounter

East Fife hosted Stirling Albion on 1st October, in what was Greig MacDonald’s first game as East Fife Interim Manager. The visitors took the game by the scruff of the neck, and after a flurry of saves, Fleming was beaten inside 6 minutes, giving Stirling the advantage.

Fife were given a lifeline, when Trouten scored a penalty just after the half an hour mark. It was all for naught though as Darren Young’s men re-took the lead in injury time.

Fife defended well in the second half to stop the score line being further stretched but struggled going forward last time out.

East Fife Team:

Fleming, Murdoch, Steele, Denham, Murdoch, Healy (Schiavone 61’), Ferguson, Slattery (Steven 61’), Baldé, Trouten, Shepherd.

Stirling Albion Team:

Currie, McGeachie, McLean, McGregor, Clark, Fotheringham, Leitch (Clark 78’), Banner (Denholm 85’) Moore (Dunsmore 27’), Thomson, Carrick (Davidson 85’).

Match Tickets

East Fife fans will be housed in the East Stand this weekend. Tickets are pay at the gate, and the turnstiles take cash only. They will be open from 2pm. Prices Below:

Adults: £15

Over 65s: £10

U17s: £5

U12s go free with a paying adult.


For fans travelling by car- there is free, unallocated parking outside of the East Stand.


Alan Newlands will be the on-pitch official at the weekend. His assistants running the lines will be Steven Traynor and Barry Reid.

Live Stream

There will be no Live Stream for British and Irish viewers, however for those outside the UK & Ireland, the game can be watched on EFTV with a monthly or season pass.


It has been confirmed that Forthbank’s speciality pie for the week will be Steak and Sausage! This can be bought at the pie huts inside the stadium grounds. These will be cash only.