Previews of this weekend's games in Ladbrokes League 1, with leaders Ayr United up against bottom club Brechin City at Glebe Park.
Albion Rovers (3) v Cowdenbeath (8) – Saturday, 3.00pm
Albion Rovers have won four of their five home games, losing only to Airdrie.
Cowdenbeath have lost five of their six away matches but won 3-0 at Stranraer.
The Blue Brazil won 1-0 when the sides met at Central Park on August 22.
Rovers have won four, drawn one and lost one of their last six matches.
Cowdenbeath are unbeaten in three and held Dunfermline to a 0-0 draw last week.
Brechin City (10) v Ayr United (1) – Saturday, 3.00pm
Brechin's home record is one win (against Cowdenbeath) and four defeats.
Ayr have won four and drawn one on the road since losing to Albion Rovers.
Ian McCall's men won 2-1 when the sides met at Somerset Park on August 15.
Brechin lost their first six games but have won three out of six since then.
Ayr are on an 11-match unbeaten run, the best of any club in the SPFL.
Dunfermline Athletic (2) v Peterhead (7) – Saturday, 3.00pm
Dunfermline have won four, drawn one and lost one of their six home games.
Peterhead's away record is one win, two draws and three defeats.
The Blue Toon beat the Pars 2-1 when the sides met at Balmoor on August 22.
Dunfermline are unbeaten in their last six games - four wins, two draws.
Peterhead have won just one of their last nine matches.
Forfar Athletic (5) v Airdrieonians (4) – Saturday, 3.00pm
Forfar have won two, drawn one and lost three of their six home games.
Airdrieonians have won two, drawn one and lost two on their travels.
Dick Campbell's side won 1-0 at the Excelsior Stadium on the opening day.
Forfar are on a run of six games without a win and lost to Brechin last week.
Airdrie have won just one of their last six matches.
Stranraer (9) v Stenhousemuir (6) – Saturday, 3.00pm
Stranraer have lost five out of six at home, scoring only two goals in the process.
Stenhousemuir are yet to win away, drawing two and losing three.
The Warriors won 1-0 when the teams met at Ochilview on September 12.
Stranraer have lost their last three matches after winning the previous two.
Stenhousemuir came back from 3-0 down to beat Peterhead 4-3 last week.