East Stirlingshire vs Celtic B

East Stirlingshire vs East Kilbride

East Stirlingshire vs Edinburgh University

Last time both sides faced each other, East Stirlingshire took the three points back to Falkirk – thanks to a 3-0 win at East Peffermill.

East Stirlingshire currently sit in 16th place with 25 points from their 26 games played – made up of seven wins, four draws, and 15 defeats.

The Shire have won three of their last five matches v Linlithgow Rose, Gretna 2008, and Berwick Rangers, losing the other two to Tranent and Gala Fairydean Rovers.

Edinburgh University currently sit bottom of the table with five points from their 26 games played – made up of one win, two draws, and 23 defeats.

Uni come into this off the back of ten-straight defeats and have the worst defensive record in the 23/24 campaign, so far – conceding 112 goals.

East Stirlingshire vs Gala Fairydean Rovers

Last time both sides met, Gala Fairydean Rovers kept the three points at Netherdale – defeating East Stirlingshire 2-0.

East Stirlingshire currently sit in 16th place with 22 points from their 24 games played – made up of six wins, four draws, and 14 defeats.

Following back-to-back league victories over Linlithgow Rose and Gretna 2008, The Shire come into this off the back of a 2-0 defeat away to Tranent – a result that would see them knocked out of the Lowland League Cup.

Gala Fairydean Rovers currently sit in 15th place with 25 points from their 25 games played – made up of seven wins, four draws, and 14 defeats.

Having lost 3-0 to Albion Rovers in the league, GFR answered with a 3-0 win of their own – knocking Linlithgow Rose out of the Lowland League Cup.

East Stirlingshire vs Gretna 2008

Last time both sides faced each other, it was East Stirlingshire who took all three points up the road – thanks to a 4-1 win at Raydale.

East Stirlingshire currently sit in 16th place with 19 points from their 23 games played – made up of five wins, four draws, and 14 defeats.

Following three consecutive defeats, The Shire will be looking to build on their recent 2-1 victory over Linlithgow Rose.

Gretna 2008 currently sit in 17th place with eight points from their 24 games played – made up of two wins, two draws, and 20 defeats.

The Anvils have two draws and a defeat from their last three league games, but will bring confidence from their 7-0 win over St Cuthbert Wanderers in the Southern Counties Cup.

East Stirlingshire vs Linlithgow Rose

East Stirlingshire secured their first win of the new year with a battling 2-1 victory over Linlithgow Rose at the Falkirk Stadium.

A first half Linlithgow Rose own goal had East Stirlingshire ahead at the break before a Jamie Pyper OG equalled the game for the Rose at the start of the second half, but Scullion’s men responded quickly with a brilliant finish from Jamie Penker restoring the home side’s goal advantage.

Pat Scullion named two changes to his side after defeat away to Bo’ness United as Morgaro Gomis and Oliver Ecrepont made their competitive debuts for the Lowland League club.

It was the visitors who took control of the game with a penetrating run from Linlithgow Rose’s Louis Maguire whose long-range effort glanced the outside of the woodwork following a controlling spell from the West Lothian side.

The Shire, however, opened the scoring against the run of play with a Linlithgow Rose own goal finding the bottom corner of the net after a scramble in the oppositions box led to a flux of activity.

Gordon Herd’s men started the second brightly and was awarded when East Stirlingshire skipper, Jamie Pyper forced the ball beyond the impressive Oliver Ecrepont from on incoming Rose cross levelling the game at 1-1.

Linlithgow Rose’s efforts proved momentary, as five minutes later the oncoming Jamie Penker neatly shifted the ball onto his right foot curling his effort into the roof of Cammy Binnie’s net, giving the Shire a quick response and 2-1 cushion from an emphatic finish.

Linlithgow Rose continued to threaten with a flurry of efforts, with the best of those chances falling to Calum Rae, who failed to cleanly connect with the ball after a tempting cross dangerously rolled beyond the Shire’s penalty area.

During the dying stages of the game Luke Rankin broke away from the ensuing Rose defender, but ultimately sent his effort wide of the mark.

It was an impressive scalp for Scullion’s side as they look to reinforce the positives from the game and gather momentum after securing a long awaited three-point performance.

Ellis Wilson.

East Stirlingshire vs Cowdenbeath

East Stirlingshire vs Civil Service Strollers

Two of the last three meetings between the sides have ended in stalemate – with 2-2 and 0-0 draws sitting either side of a 3-1 win for Civil Service Strollers.

East Stirlingshire currently sit in 16th place with 16 points from their 19 games played – made up of four wins, four draws, and 11 defeats.

Following five consecutive league defeats, The Shire come into this off the back of a 3-2 win over Albion Rovers.

Civil Service Strollers currently sit in 8th place with 27 points from their 18 games played – made up of eight wins, three draws, and seven defeats.

Strollers have won three of their last five matches, but come into this with back-to-back games without a win – losing 3-0 to Hearts B followed by their recent 1-1 draw with Caledonian Braves.