Division Three

John Martin can be forgiven for having confused loyalties. The veteran keeper, who wanted to become manager of Berwick, has made no secret of the fact that he would like to stay with Airdrie, but meantime has signed a one-month deal with their neighbours, Albion Rovers.

The Coatbridge team are at home to Dumbarton, who add new signing Marc Falconer.

Alloa, one of four co-leaders, are hosts to Montrose, who are likely to include Kevin Tindal alongside other recent signings, Benny Andrew and Ronnie Hildersley, both formerly with East Fife.

In a clash between two of the teams at the top, Arbroath hope to have John McAulay and top scorer Billy Spence ready to face Ross County, who add Dave MacKay.

Berwick midfielder Martin Neil hopes to end an 11-match ban spanning five months by turning out against Queen's Park at Hampden. Two red cards in the same game earned him one of the longest suspensions ever imposed.

The Borderers' new signings, keeper Gary O'Connor and full back Mike Smith, also are available. Queen's bring keeper Lindsay Hamilton into their squad.

Cowdenbeath, still without a goal or a point, will face East Stirlingshire without Craig Winter, Kenny Munro, and keeper Neil Russell. 'Shire add Dean McPherson, who is on loan from Raith Rovers.