Cowdenbeath vs Gretna 2008

Cowdenbeath v East Stirlingshire

Cowdenbeath vs Berwick Rangers

Cowdenbeath v University of Stirling

Cowdenbeath vs East Kilbride

Both sides faced each other last week – with East Kilbride knocking Cowdenbeath out of the South Challenge Cup thanks to a 6-0 win at Central Park.

Cowdenbeath currently sit in 10th place with 30 points from their 23 games played – made up of seven wins, nine draws, and seven defeats.

The Blue Brazil are without a competitive win in five games – losing four and drawing the other, including South Challenge and Lowland League Cup exits.

East Kilbride currently sit top of the table with 57 points from their 23 games played – made up of 18 wins, three draws, and two defeats.

The Kilby come into this with three wins on the bounce and have scored 12 goals along the way (conceding three), and will be hoping for a repeat performance of the 6-0 win at Central Park, last week.

Cowdenbeath v East Kilbride

Cowdenbeath vs Bo’ness United

The last time both sides faced each other, it was Bo’ness United that secured the three points – thanks to a 4-2 victory at home.

Cowdenbeath currently sit in 10th place with 29 points from their 20 games played – made up of seven wins, eight draws, and five defeats.

Since their defeat to Bo’ness United, The Blue Brazil are four games undefeated in the league – a 3-3 draw with Celtic B was followed by wins over Hearts B, Albion Rovers, and East Stirlingshire.

Bo’ness United currently sit in 4th place with 41 points from their 21 games played – made up of 13 wins, two draws, and five defeats.

Like their opponents, the B.U’s are also four games undefeated – a 0-0 draw with Linlithgow Rose is amongst victories over Gretna 2008, Berwick Rangers, and East Stirlingshire.

Cowdenbeath vs Heart of Midlothian B

Cowdenbeath are undefeated on three occasions they have met with Hearts B – drawing 1-1 and winning 3-1 last season, as well as being one of two teams to beat the Wee Jambos, this season, winning 2-1.

Cowdenbeath currently sit in 14th place with 20 points from their 17 games played – made up of four wins, eight draws, and five defeats.

The Blue Brazil come into this having drawn 3-3 with Celtic B at Central Park, last weekend.

Hearts B currently sit in 2nd place with 39 points from their 19 games played – made up of 11 wins, six draws, and two defeats.

Whilst last weekend’s Edinburgh Derby with Civil Service Strollers was abandoned on the 78th minute due to a medical emergency, the Wee Jambos had earned the three points with their 3-0 result standing.