Peterhead v Dunfermline Athletic

Nov 18, 2022

Business as usual is the message from caretaker coach David Nicolls as he prepares to take charge of his troops for tomorrow’s visit of Dunfermline Athletic. “I was pleased with the way the team played last week so plan on fielding a similar team. We still have a few injury doubts but apart from those, we have a near fully fit squad. Andy McDonald is still carrying a bit of an achilles injury so we are unsure whether he will be fit enough to take part, Enock Walusimbi is out with a hamstring problem, Cody MacLeod is suffering from tonsillitis and Paul Dixon is still out and will need to see a specialist about his knee”. Hamish Ritchie and Ola Adeyemo remain on the side lines with Russell McLean still undertaking light training.

The last match between the sides, in October, saw the Fifers score two second half goals before a late comeback from the Blue Toon. Jason Brown and debutant that day, Michael Hewitt, claimed a well earned point. Despite this Dunfermline have held onto top spot and remain favourites on current form. The Pars are have lost once in their last six matches, whilst Peterhead have lost four and drawn two. However, on eight league meetings to date, the Fifers have never beaten Peterhead at Balmoor on league duty.

Attending the game: all ticketing information can be found here.

The stadium catering van is cash only.

Parking is free within the stadium car park.

The social club situated at Balmoor will be open for pre-match refreshments and the on-site Cafe sells hot or cold food to dine in or take away.