Rangers target win over City slickers
It's been a blank week for Berwick Rangers with no matches for the team.
Saturday’s home game against Stenhousemuir was postponed following a morning pitch inspection.
Heavy rain all day Friday had put the game in some doubt, and with no let-up in the conditions overnight it came as no surprise when it was deemed unplayable as it was in a waterlogged condition.
Ironically, the clubs, with the backing of the SFL, had already agreed to postpone Tuesday’s night’s fixture between the teams, that game having been put back to Tuesday, April 3.
Saturday’s game has now been re-arranged for Tuesday, April 10.
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This weekend, Rangers will hope to get back to action with a home match against Edinburgh City on Saturday.
On Tuesday, they also have a re-arranged home game scheduled against play-off-chasing Elgin City.
After recording only one win in their previous 13 games, Berwick are anxious to try and get back on the winning trail.
Edinburgh (27) are currently one point ahead of Rangers in the table and a victory for Robbie Horn’s side would see them leapfrog their opponents into eighth place.