Creetown v Heston Rovers
BOTTOM club Creetown are looking to finish in style by winning their last three games.
The Castle Cary Park side have still to face Nithsdale and Crichton but start their run-in with a difficult game against in-form Heston Rovers this weekend.
Gaffer Robert Tweedie said: “Heston are a cracking team but there’s no reason we can’t beat them at home.
“We gave Dalbeattie a good game last week but we don’t seem to be capable of doing it against the teams we should be beating.
“We’ll have much the same squad as the last two or three weeks but the boys will be rested up with no game this week.
“Heston are absolutely flying at the moment and will be on a high after beating Threave but we’re aiming to get nine points out of nine in our last three games.”
Afterwards the club will be having their annual awards night and things are already moving for next season with Tweedie looking to add a few more experienced players.
Nithsdale Wanderers v Fleet Star
FLEET Star are looking to end their season on a high when they take on Nithsdale this weekend.
With bottom place all but avoided a win would take them to the 20 point mark and could see them finish as high as ninth in the final standings.
But Nithsdale have had some good results recently, beating Crichton in a goal-filled game last Wednesday.
Stranraer FC v Crichton
CRICHTON boss Jim Thomson has challenged his players to end the season in top form.
Last week’s win over Creetown means there’s still a chance they could end the season in eighth although will be up against it this weekend at Stranraer.
Thomson said: “We’re just looking to get this season over and are looking to next season. We want to finish with two or three wins to move up the table.
“Four of the squad that played against Creetown will be missing but we have players coming in, although we’ll only have 11 or 12 once again which is very disappointing.”
The Hospital Park gaffer admitted he’s told his players that while he wants them to stay for next season he also wants them to cut down on the number of games they miss.
He explained: “We told the boys on Saturday we want them all to stay and some have signed up but some are a bit apprehensive after what has happened this season.
“I’ve assured them that we will be better but I’ve also said there’s too many of them going away to watch other teams or on stag dos or weekends away.
“We told them that by signing for the club we expect them to be there week in, week out.
“Everyone at our level has to miss the odd game and I accept that but the number some of our players have been missing is not on.”