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    Start of busy week 

    Tuesday, March 09, 2010 4:03:15 AM

    Despite his side being on an unbeaten run of 10 league games stretching back to the middle of November, Alloa manager Allan Maitland is likely to make changes for the trip to the Strathclyde Homes Stadium to face Dumbarton. Saturday’s substitutes Mark Brown, Brown Ferguson and David Gormley are all in line for starting slots with only injured defender Scot Buist unavailable for tonights game against Dumbarton at the Strathclyde Homes Stadium. “We will be working on a squad basis throughout this busy period and that is why I am planning changes.”
    For Dumbarton, goalkeeper David McEwan remains out because of his broken finger with former Wasps shot-stopper Michael White expected to keep his place between the sticks. Striker Roddy Hunter could be in line for a recall after Dennis Wyness and Derek Carcary fired blanks at the weekend against Brechin City.
    Kick-off tonight 7.45pm.

    Brown Ferguson v. Dumbarton earlier in season


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