Division Three

November 13, 2012

Full-time

Queen's Park

1 - 2

East Stirlingshire

Division Three

19:30 +00:00, November 13, 2012

Hampden Park, Scotland

Referee: Andrew dallas

Brough blow for Queen's

Team Stat Comparison

Queen's Park East Stirlingshire
Matches Played 36 36
Table Position 3 10
Points 56 29
Goal Difference 6 -48
Goals for * 1.5 1.2
Goals against * 1.5 3.2
Last 5 L-W-W-L-L L-L-L-L-L
Last 5 home L-W-L-D-L L-L-L-L-W
Last 5 away W-L-L-L-W L-L-L-L-L
*  Goals per match - home matches for home club and away matches for away club
Stats: Queen's Park | East Stirlingshire

Competition Stats

Queen's Park East Stirlingshire
Goals Lawrence Shankland 11 Paul Quinn 11
Assists Lawrence Shankland 0 Paul Quinn 0
Yellows Michael Keenan 8 Michael Hunter 13
Reds Michael Keenan 1 Kevin Turner 1
Squads: Queen's Park | East Stirlingshire

Next Matches

Queen's Park East Stirlingshire
4/19 A: Annan Athletic 4/19 A: Berwick Rangers
4/26 H: Berwick Rangers 4/26 A: Elgin City
5/3 A: Albion Rovers 5/3 H: Montrose

Queen's Park will be missing Jamie Brough when East Stirling visit Hampden Park.

The central defender is starting a two-game ban after being dismissed in Saturday's 4-0 Scottish Cup defeat to Stranraer.

Midfielder Giuseppe Capuano, who was also dismissed at the weekend, is available as he will serve his suspension for picking up two yellow cards in the Scottish Cup next season.

David Anderson looks set to miss out again due to a knee injury, however Sean Burns is free of work commitments and will return.

Head coach Gardner Speirs said: "Saturday was a disappointing afternoon but we have the opportunity to get over it quickly by winning against East Stirling.

"If we win we move up a place in the table and that is an added bonus.''

East Stirling have captain Kevin Turner and defender Ricky Miller suspended as they head to Queen's Park looking for their first away win of the season.

The Shire's cause is not helped by injuries that have denied them the services of Jamie Benton, Jamie Glasgow, Rhys Devlin and Craig Donaldson, with head coach John Coughlin saying: "We have won three times at our place and I want to get an away win on the books as soon as possible.

"We have the chance to pull further away from the bottom of the table with a success at Hampden and that is a good incentive to aim for.

"We have Rangers on Saturday and the players have been told that I want to face them with a win under our belts.''