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    Scottish Cup draw 

    Wednesday, October 26, 2016 4:30:14 PM

    Alloa Athletic have been drawn to play Peterhead, away from home, in this season's William Hill Scottish Cup 3rd Round, after the draw took place at Cappielow Stadium in Greenock. Player/Manager Jim Goodwin said "Any away game is going to be more difficult, we would fancy or chances against anyone at home. Peterhead are a good side, they are well organised, however we had a decent result against them in our opening league fixture this season, winning 4-0 at the Indodrill Stadium and we will look to emulate another victory when we travel north to Balmoor Stadium at the end of November. We know about their dangers, especially Rory McAllister who always carries a goal threat and doea a great job for them. The venue can be difficult, especially when you are playing into the wind, so we will have to be at our best".

    The Full Third Round Draw -
    Airdrieonians                v.     Livingston
    Albion Rovers               v.     Queen of the South
    Banks O'Dee or Formartine v. Annan Athletic or East Stirling
    Beith Juniors                 v.      Greenock Morton
    Bonnyrigg Rose             v.      Dumbarton
    Buckie Thistle or Gretna 2008  v.  Dunfermline Athletic
    Clyde                              v.      Arbroath
    Cumbernauld Colts or Forres Mechanics  v. Stenhousemuir
    East Fife                         v.      Edinburgh City or Forfar Athletic
    Elgin City                       v.      Hawick Royal Albert
    Peterhead                       v.      Alloa Athletic
    Queen's Park                 v.      Montrose
    Stirling Albion               v.      Wick Academy
    Stranraer                        v.      East Kilbride
    St. Mirren                       v.      Spartans
    Ties due to be played on Saturday 26th November, 2016
    Alloa Athletic last played Peterhead in the Scottish Cup in Season 1997/98 in a Second Round tie at Balmoor Stadium, when Alloa Athletic won 2-0 with goals from Stuart MacKay & Willie Irvine.


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