• FT

    Albion

    4

    Stenhousem'r

    4

  • FT

    Alloa

    3

    Stranraer

    0

  • FT

    Arbroath

    1

    Forfar

    1

  • FT

    Brechin

    0

    Queen of S't

    3

  • FT

    East Fife

    2

    Ayr

    3

SCOTTISH LEAGUE ONE

Bayview Stadium, Scotland

Referee: G Hilland | Attendance: 575

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East Fife

  • Jamie Pollock 5'
  • Bobby Barr 83'

2 - 3

FT

Ayr United

  • David Sinclair 9'
  • David Sinclair 34'
  • Kyle McAusland 88'

Bobby to raise the Barr for Fifers?

Bobby Barr will go straight into the East Fife squad to face Ayr United.

Barr joined the Fifers on a three-month loan deal from Livingston and is available to caretaker manager Gordon Chishom this weekend.

Chisholm is sweating on the fitness of goalkeeper Michael Brown, who is rated 50/50 due to a calf injury.

With back-up Andrew Collier already ruled out, Chishom boss could face a Saturday morning scramble for a keeper.

The Methil man said, ``Bobby will add value to our team and I am delighted that he has agreed to come here. We need to get a win and so do Ayr and he may provide a bit of magic to help us do that.''

Bottom-of-the-table Ayr look set to include player/manager Mark Roberts after he returned from injury in a midweek reserve game.

Former Rangers youngster Adam Hunter is set for a midfield berth after suspension, but knee injuries keep both defender Martyn Campbell and midfielder Michael McGowan out.

Roberts said: ``We're at the bottom of the table because of really poor defensive errors. We're a good side going forward and our new loan signing Darrian MacKinnon showed his worth with two goals against Queen of the South last weekend.''

``We can be a really good side, but the only way we can get above East Fife and off the foot of the table is by being much better in defence.''