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  1. Does anyone know whether the format of the East Region League Cups (aka the Thorntons East Region League Cup and the Consolation League Cup) has been announced anywhere? All 36 clubs left in the East Region after the mass defection were divided into twelve sections of three clubs at the beginning of the season: teams played the other teams in the section twice, giving four matches for each team. This stage has recently finished, with the 12 group winners continuing to the next round, and the 24 other teams being punted into the Consolation Cup. So far so good, but now things get a bit murkier. I thought I had seen that the League Cup was going into a second group stage, but can't find any details on the East Region website (4 groups of 3 teams? Teams playing each other once or twice?) What is the makeup of the groups? Presumably then the four winners of this stage would go into semi-finals? I haven't found anything about the Consolation Cup, except that a couple of fixtures have been announced for 6 April (Arbroath Vics - Forfar Albion and Bathgate-Whitburn). Are these 24 teams playing in another group stage as well? If so, how many groups (4 x 6 teams, 8 x 3 teams?) and who is in them? How many subsequent rounds are there (quarters? straight to semis?) Or is the consolation cup a knockout with 8 ties and 8 byes? Whatever it is, there are going to be a lot of games to cram into May and June to get these cups finished!
  2. Sounded like Motherwell put on a good show v the Govan-based team. County beat Dundee. Yet both can't win, so what will be the outcome this week?
  3. Tough draw for us but could be a cracking game if we are on form going into it. Hope we can win but expect Aberdeen will win.
  4. Am more concerned about how we play than what the score is Prediction Stirling 2-1 Airdrie Double for Beattie.
  5. After the defensive shitemare against Livi, we really should bounce back strongly against a League 2 side. According to the internet this our first game at Palmerston against Elgin with the only other encounter was in January 2001 in a 1-0 win in the Scottish Cup at Borough Briggs. I doubt that it will be that low scoring, there should be goals as it seems from results yesterday that neither side can defend . A curious storyline is with Barry Wilson who pulled out of the running the Queens job to stay up north would it have been a success or going by Elgin's fortunes did we dodge a bullet. Our biggest worry is injuries and with Paton's hamstring lasting a whole 108 minutes of competitive football, that's another one to the growing injury list. Higgins is back and hopefully Baird too but the team is pretty thin at an early stage. Hopefully we can still do a professional job and try and restore some of the defences honour by getting a clean sheet. 4-0 Queens
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