Both sides managed to earn a home victory, last season – with Bo’ness United winning 3-0 on the opening day of the 22/23 campaign, and Cumbernauld Colts winning 1-0 in January.
Bo’ness United currently sit third in the league table with 15 points, just one point behind East Kilbride and Hearts B.
Having won their opening five games, Bo’ness United dropped their first points midweek – losing 1-0 to Albion Rovers at Newtown Park.
Cumbernauld Colts occupy fourth place in the league – winning four of their seven games, drawing one and losing two to make up their 13 points.
The Colts’ Billy Mortimer is the leagues joint-second top scorer – with himself and Hearts B’s Makenzie Kirk having both scored seven goals in seven games.