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  1. As the joy of Friday settles down we are right back into the mania of the playoffs tomorrow against a team we have struggled to get results against this season. There are arguments though that we could have got more from each and every game though. As an outsider I find it hard to analyse Raith and how they lineup, indeed apart from having a good squad of players what has made them a decent team this season? Anyway, from a red and yellow perspective it is all about what we can bring to the table. Taking a win, however slender up to Kirkcaldy for the second leg would be vital, I feel. I don't see any drastic changes to how we line-up. Despite the results the games have been close and I hope we can get the first part of the job done on Tuesday night. TL;DR - A tight game but Jags to edge it. C'mon the Jags.
  2. Well, here we go after another Partick Heartache last season can we go one better this season and win the end of season tournament to take us back up? It is a big ask with games coming thick and fast over the next few weeks. At least the Premiership team hasn't been decided so the candidates there will be playing competitive games going into their match with the championship candidate, hopefully picking up a few knocks and even a suspension on the way. We played some scintillating stuff last season but this year while still playing some good stuff we also seem a bit more pragmatic which could hold us in good stead. The squad is fit apart from long term absentees Adeloye and Lawless so the manager has a squad to work with. First things first though, a tough looking match on Tuesday away in Airdrie. We have lost and drawn there so hopefully we can take a win into the second leg and get a chance to progress against Raith Rovers. The beauty of the playoffs is you just don't know what is going to happen. Airdrie fans seem quite pessimistic going into our matchup but I'm sure like us their players will have a different outlook. May the fun and games commence.
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