MATCH PREVIEW :: BSC Glasgow vs. East Stirlingshire
BSC Glasgow will round out 2016 on Hogmanay hosting the goal-hungry East Stirlingshire.
With a narrow defeat last time out against Spartans, BSC will be looking to get back on track as The Shire visit the Indodrill.
The Lowland League new boys were victorious in the side’s first ever meeting earlier this season. The score was 3-0 that day as they picked up three of their 68 goals in the Lowland League.
With only seven goals needed to break the league goals record for Saturday’s visitors, Mark Adams and his coaching staff will be concentrating on stopping the flow – and grabbing a few goals of their own to keep up with the chasing pack.
With that defeat at Spartans beginning a tough run of game into January for BSC, they will be looking to get three big points on the board and move closer to Saturday’s opponents and the other top dogs in the Lowland League.
2016 has been a largely successful year for BSC in Adams’ first full year in charge. Taking over in December but having to wait a month for his first game, the manager led BSC to a much improved second half of the season and their highest ever finish in the Lowland League.
This time out, qualifying for the second round of the Scottish Cup for the first time has come along with a strong start to the Lowland League which sees them currently in sixth place, one point behind Stirling University, who BSC take on in their first game on 2017.