MATCH PREVIEW :: BSC Glasgow vs. Selkirk
After an interrupted January schedule, BSC Glasgow return to action this Saturday as Borders side Selkirk visit the Indodrill Stadium.
And the visitors' new manager Ian Fergus, who replaced Garry O’Connor last month, has made a solid start to life at Yarrow Park.
A 6-0 Hogmanay thumping of Vale of Leithen is the highlight of the four games for Fergus, who has also guided his new squad to draws against the University of Stirling and Gala Fairydean Rovers.
Five points in four games sees an improvement in form for Selkirk, who have spent most of the season towards the bottom of the Lowland League Table – but recent performances suggest they may be on their way up.
Mark Adams’ BSC side will be raring to go after being thwarted by a frozen pitch in their last scheduled fixture.
After an impressive dispatching of Stirling last time out, BSC will be looking to pick up their second win in 2017 as the Lowland League enters the final third of another season.
There will also be a chance of revenge on offer after Selkirk took all three points earlier this season when the two sides met.
Dale Baxter gave his side the lead in the very first minute that day – and BSC will be looking to make sure things go a lot better on Saturday.