Match Previews

PREVIEW Peterhead v. Brechin City

Fri 18 Sep 2015

The Blue Toon will show the visitors respect at Balmoor, despite Brechin City's dismal start to the season.

The Glebe Park side travel north on the A90 on the back of six straight defeats and the worst goal difference in the division.

But despite the gulf in performances on paper, Peterhead boss Jim McInally says his charges will show The City respect.

"They may have had a bad start to the season," McInally said. "But we know Brechin can be dangerous and are a better side than their place in the table suggests.

"Our own run of form hasn't been anything to brag about so I'll tell my players they need to put in their best performance."

Last week Peterhead drew with an out-of-form Cowdenbeath side and McInally has hinted he will make changes to the startin 11.

Attacking midfielder Jordon Brown, whose talent for nabbing a late goal has given the Blue Toon a boost on more than one occasion this season, misses out through injury. Otherwise the squad is fighting fit and new signing Simon Ferry is set to start.