Fraserburgh cruised to a 3-0 home win last Saturday ahead of a trip down South to play in the fourth round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.
The Broch had returned to form the week earlier, having thrashed Huntly at their own homeground 3-1, before last Saturday’s victory, their second on the bounce.
Goals from Peter Alexander Bruce and the effervescent Scott Barbour were enough on the day to send Clach back home with nothing to show for their travels, the Broch now on 19 points from their 12 games.
With PA Bruce hitting a fine vein of form of his own, and with the likes of Barbour, Mark Cowie and Graham Johnston continuing to impress for the Burgh, hopes will be high that they can make a go of Stenhousemuir on Saturday.
Such is the interest in seeing the Burgh do the Highland League proud, the supporters club have announced that their bus to the game has already sold out.
Win, lose, or draw, the Burgh will be sure to enjoy a loud fan base from which to cause their hosts problems, a Stenhousemuir side who have it all to prove against the surprise package of the Scottish Cup.
Kick-off for the game on Saturday, at Ochilview Park, is scheduled for 3pm. The Fraserburgh Herald had given away, in association with William Hill, six pairs of free tickets to the game.
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