Following the disappointment of a midweek defeat at Inverurie, City will look to bounce back tomorrow afternoon as we take on Huntly at Glebe Park.
City will welcome Jack Milne back to the squad after the midfielder played for parent club Aberdeen in the SPFL Trust Trophy on Wednesday however the game will come too soon for Garry Wood. Luc Bollan continues to miss out with a dislocated shoulder whilst Kevin McHattie continues to get stronger week by week as he continues his rehabilitation.
Manager Andy Kirk reflected on the defeat against Inverurie, he said, "Wednesday night was really disappointing as there were a lot of good elements against Buckie and we'd have wanted to kick on from that. Locos made it very difficult for us - they were set up well and difficult to break down.
"It was the second half that was the most disappointing. We were outrun and outfought and to lose the game in that manner is unacceptable. It was a poor performance in terms of energy and application. We didn't defend at a corner for the first goal and we had a chance to clear our lines for the second goal but got caught out and it's cost us.
"The players have got a point to prove at the weekend - it's good that the game has come around quickly. We had a great support there on Wednesday and the players owe them a performance. There are a lot of people at the club working extremely hard behind the scenes and our job is to perform on the pitch. We didn't do that well enough on Wednesday so it's now a chance for the players to put that right on Saturday."
Standard league admission prices of £10 for adults and £7 for concessions will apply.
Supporters are advised that car parking will be strictly limited to players and officials only. There is sufficient on-street parking available in the vicinity of the ground for those travelling by car.
CITY CLUB BAR
The City Club bar, situated within the David H Will Stand will be open to both home and away supporters from 1:30pm and again following the match until 8pm.
The match referee is Chris Fordyce, assisted by Paul McAvinue and Tim Woodcock.
LIVE MATCH STREAM
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Tomorrow's fixture will be the first competitive meeting between the sides.
Tomorrow's match sponsor is Spinback, an Edinburgh based company which designs unique music inspired clothing for men and women. Spinback have created a bespoke Brechin City t-shirt inspired by Bruce Springsteen, with 10% of all sales going towards BCFC. You can purchase the t-shirt at the link HERE
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The matchball sponsor is DWG Services. Many thanks to both businesses for their support!