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Dunfermline AthleticDunfermline Athletic
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2
2
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Airdrie UnitedAirdrie United
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1
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Ayr UnitedAyr United
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1
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1
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PeterheadPeterhead
5
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1
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Brechin CityBrechin City
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2
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(4) 1
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2
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FalkirkFalkirk
1
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Dunfermline AthleticDunfermline Athletic
1
2
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Ross CountyRoss County
1
2
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Brechin CityBrechin City
2
2
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1
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Stirling back in the fray

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League One leaders Stranraer welcome back Stephen Stirling after a knock when they face Stenhousemuir at Stair Park.

The Blues are hopeful that Willie Gibson will return after a calf knock, however Scott Robertson remains absent with a knee injury and Sam McCloskey's ankle problem keeps him sidelined.

Manager Stephen Aitken said: "The last few weeks have been great. Going to Dunfermline and winning to go top of the league was a nice Christmas present.

"Stenhousemuir lost to Brechin last week but they...

McKeown fires Stranraer top

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Frank McKeown scored the only goal of the game as Stranraer moved to the top of the table with a 1-0 victory over Dunfermline.

Chances were at a premium in a poor first half with neither side able to create many genuine opportunities on goal.

Christopher Aitken had the visitors best chance just after the half-hour mark but was foiled by an excellent stop from goalkeeper Ryan Scully.

The hosts went a little closer through Joshua Falkingham after the break but he also failed to beat David Mitchell who...

Blues march on after four-star romp

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StranraerStranraer
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4
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Stranraer's unbeaten run continued as they thrashed Peterhead 4-1 in Scottish League One.

The Blues last tasted defeated in the league in August and recorded a third successive victory to move them up to second in the table.

However, their afternoon did not begin well when they fell behind to a brilliant fourth-minute goal by James Stevenson.

Frank McKeown's header from a free-kick levelled matters 11 minutes later before a second-half blitz took the game away from the hosts.

Grant Gallagher's close-range...

Stranraer see off Pars to progress

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3
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Stranraer will face Premiership outfit Dundee United at home in the Scottish Cup after claiming a hard-fought 3-1 win at Dunfermline in their fourth-round replay.

Gregor Buchanan almost put the Pars in front, only for his powerful header to come back off the crossbar.

It was the visitors who edged ahead just after half an hour when Sean Winter struck from the edge of the box as his right-footed shot fired past home goalkeeper Ryan Scully inside his left-hand post.

Winter turned provider in the 57th...

Malcolm knocks Morton off the top

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Greenock MortonGreenock Morton
2
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Two goals from Craig Malcolm saw Stranraer end their horrendous run against Morton with a 2-0 win.

The last four meetings between the sides had all ended in Morton wins with an aggregate score of 25-4, but Malcolm struck twice as the Blues moved above their opponents who had topped the table at the start of play.

The visitors, who were knocked out of the Scottish Cup by Spartans last weekend, ended the game with nine men after Sean Crighton was shown a second yellow for a foul on Malcolm before Conor...