Falkirk prepare for matchday four this week, with a quick turnaround from Tuesday’s win against Stirling Albion.
The Bairns remain undefeated in the league after the first three rounds and go into Saturday’s fixture high in confidence having won convincingly against an in-form Stirling Albion side. John McGlynn and co. were expecting a tough game against a team who, prior to last Friday, had only suffered defeat three times in 27 games. The Bino’s faced Premiership opposition last Friday, falling short but giving a good account of themselves, and were perhaps still suffering the hangover from that game on Tuesday. The Bairns controlled the game from start to finish, with goalkeeper Sam Long only being called into action once, pulling off a tremendous double save. First half goals from Brad Spencer, Callumn Morrison and Ross MacIver put the game out of sight and Stirling found no reply in the second half.
The win saw Falkirk leapfrog Stirling in the table. They now sit second on seven points, two behind Hamilton who have won three out of three so far.
Our opponents this weekend got off to a great start on the opening weekend, beating Queen of the South at Palmerston in a seven goal thriller, but have failed to register a win in their two games since, losing out to Stirling Albion and Kelty Hearts. The Wasps move down to seventh in the standings on three points.
Tickets are on sale through Alloa Athletic. E-tickets are available to purchase HERE.
Ticket prices are as follows:
- Adult – £18
- Concession – £10
- Under 16 – £4
Keep an eye out for our Matchday Guide over the coming days for more information on Saturday’s fixture.