All matches scheduled for Friday and Saturday January 25 and 26 were postponed due to the adverse weather conditions.
Fixtures for Saturday, February 2:
South of Scotland League, all kick offs at 2pm: Abbey Vale v Dalbeattie Star; Creetown v Nithsdale Wanderers; Fleet Star v Crichton; St Cuthbert Wanderers v Newton Stewart; Wigtown and Bladnoch v Mid Annandale.
League Cup – semi final: Heston Rovers v Threave Rovers.
Heston Rovers v Threave Rovers
There are five South of Scotland League matches scheduled to be played this weekend and a South League Cup semi-final cup tie between Heston Rovers and Threave Rovers.
This match, which will be played at Maryfield, Dumfries, has the makings of a very good contest.
Both sides have prolific goal scorers within their ranks so there should be plenty of goals from both sides to keep the respective supporters happy.
Although the Castle Douglas side will start as slight favourites to make the final, they have shown this season in the league that they can be a bit vulnerable but are still a formidable outfit with loads of experience and skill.
However Heston have also shown so far this season that on their day they are more than capable of beating any team particularly on their own pitch and this match could well take more than the regulation 90 minutes to decide who progresses.
St Cuthbert Wanderers v Newton Stewart
The best of the five league matches could well be at St Mary’s Park, Kirkcudbright where St Cuthbert Wanderers play hosts to Newton Stewart.
Those two sides usually produce a very good game and there is nothing to suggest that this match will again be anything other than that.
Saints are the more experienced of the two sides and will go into this match as favourites to take the three points to keep up their challenge at the top of the table but the Creesiders are expected to make them fight all the way and if the Wigtownshire side strike top form then they are capable of springing a surprise result.
Abbey Vale v Dalbeattie Star
League leaders Dalbeattie Star travel to New Abbey to play Abbey Vale and are expected to maintain their unbeaten league record and take the three points to keep them ahead of their nearest challengers.
Fleet Star v Crichton
Bottom placed Fleet Star have Crichton as their visitors to Garries Park and although the Hospital Park side are not enjoying the best of seasons by their own previous high standards the Dumfries side should manage to take the three points from this match with some ease.
Creetown v Nithsdale Wanderers
Nithsdale Wanderers travel to Castle Cary Park to play Creetown for a match that the Sanquhar side will be favourites to take the points but the home side are never an easy side to beat on their own pitch and again are more than capable of pulling off a surprise result.
Wigtown and Bladnoch v Mid Annandale
Wigtown and Bladnoch who are another side enjoying a very good season play hosts to Mid-Annandale at Trammondford Park and are expected to take the points to keep up their challenge at the top of the table. The Lockerbie side are another team who are showing a bit of inconsistency this season but as usual are expected to make the home side have to fight all the way.