The Bairns travel to Stenhousemuir tomorrow afternoon in the 3rd Round of the William Hill Scottish Cup.

A terrific number of 1,400 tickets have been sold by Falkirk fans in advance of this match with a cash turnstile (Turnstile 4) also in operation on the day.

Prices are as follows:

Adult £15

Concession £10

U16 £3

All turnstiles other than Turnstile 4 for Falkirk fans will be admission by ticket only in order to try and reduce queues.

Fans are advised to turn up well in advance of kick off, a robust search regime will be in place, however turnstiles do open at 2:00pm.

The Bob Hill Wee Bar will be open to all spectators from 12noon. Stenhousemuir advise to arrive early if you require a seat as we are expecting it to be very busy.

Stenhousemuir’s normal match-day catering unit will be open providing service to all home supporters and away supporters. An additional catering unit is located at the far side of the terracing for AWAY supporters ONLY.

Parking within the stadium is for permit holders only. Parking is available at Stenhousemuir Primary School, ASDA and Farmfoods. Disabled parking is also full.

Speaking to the press ahead of Saturday’s Cup Tie, Bairns boss, Ray McKinnon, said: “I think last weekend was a really good point for us considering we were fairly depleted squad wise. Our two strikers who normally play every week for us weren’t there, Prince Buaben was missing as was Aaron Muirhead. All in all I think it was a good point for us.

“Both Aaron and Prince are getting there, it was great to have Aaron back in training on Thursday so he isn’t too far away now. He has been working really hard and has come back a few weeks ahead of schedule. It’ll be good to have him back as it will bring back some good competition in the back line.

“We will approach this match the same as we would a league game. We have had Stenhousemuir watched and we have a lot of reports on them so we will treat them the same as any other opponent. This is a really important game for us, we want to be in the hat for January. It’s a good opportunity to keep the momentum I think we have got going, since the Ross County match we haven’t deserved to lose a game. The way the players have responded has been outstanding.

“We want to win on Saturday, it is as simple as that. We want to be in the next round of the cup. They have set up in the same way just about over the last three games so we don’t really expect that to change.”

The referee for tomorrow’s match is Alan Newlands and should it be required the replay date has been set for Tuesday evening (27th November) at The Falkirk Stadium.

The draw for the 4th Round of the William Hill Scottish Cup takes place at 5:45pm on Saturday evening.