Both teams are standing at the middle of the table and they are separately by one point.
Brechin is in a very bad form with three lost matches in a row. Last week they lost at home 2-4 in the match against the worst team in League One – Arbroath. Few very important players, especially in defence, are unavailable. Paul McLean (23/3 d), Jonny Brown (24/1 d), Ewan Moyes (18/0 d), Garry Kenneth (3/0 d) and Derek Carcary (18/2 f) are all out, while Stephen Robb (18/1 m) is doubtful.
They have the second worst defence in League One (conceded 55 goals on 27 matches – average 2 goals per match).
Forfar recent form is pretty solid. They won two of their last three matches, but both wins were away.
Their away performance this season is better than they are playing at home, but I believe they could win this one.
Forfar have full squad available for today’s match.