Club News

Jordon and Jim look ahead to Warriors battle

Fri 03 Mar 2017

One Brown out, the other looking to seize his opportunity.

Scott serves a suspension for the League 1 fixture at bottom of the table Stenhousemuir for an accumulation of yellow cards.

But Jordon is pushing for a start after coming off the bench to net the equaliser in last week's draw with East Fife.

The former Aberdeen midfielder believes the Ochilview clash with the Warriors represents a chance for the Blue Toon to pull away from the drop zone.

Jordon said: "Saturday is huge and we have go down there looking to win the game."

"We have definitely under-achieved this season and that has been the main frustration for the players."

"Especially at home, we have let ourselves down but our away form has been pretty good and we are confident wherever we go that we can give any team a game."

"There are lots of attacking options at the club so we would always back ourselves to score goals and if we can do that against Stenhousemuir, hopefully we get the three points."

Peterhead are four games without a victory, albeit their last three outings have ended all square.

However, the Blue Toon remain contenders for the top four, even though they are just two points clear of the relegation play-offs.

Balmoor manager Jim McInally said: "Every game from now on is going to be massive, one way or the other."

"If we could win the match on Saturday, we would push ourselves right into the play-off situation. But if we lose it, we are definitely in the mire."

"The players just need to embrace the situation, be brave on the ball and fight their corner."


By Glenn Moir