Falkirk vs Dumbarton by Neuro
Falkirk lost 3-0 away to Alloa back in the weekend, in a game where Alloa had an incredible performance and won more easily than the final result shows. According to the match reports, in the first half the game was balanced and both teams had some good chances to open the score, while in the second half Alloa had a great game and scored three goals.
Falkirk is now with no win in the last three games and coach Gary Holt stressed that his team were unrecognizable and had no relationship with the good team of previous months. Of course the young coach put some throttle to his team for the way they fought against Alloa and he pointed out that there is no room for other losses and that tonight this is a very crucial match against Dumbarton. Young midfielder Thomas Grant (4 games) and right back Kieran Duffie (25 games, 1 goal) will miss the game.
Dumbarton lost 1:0 away to Dundee in a very fair result according to the match reports. Dundee had the possesion and control of the game, they created some good chances and showed more tied and much more creative. The only goal was scored by MacDonald in the 83rd minute of the match, while a few minutes later Dumbarto lost a penalty.
Coach Ian Murray could not believe the defeat of his team and the loss of a very significant positive effect, however, he awarded congratulations to his team because they looked Dundee straight in the eyes and had a competitive game. For today's match he said that his team can get a result, and indeed they did in the previous game away to Falkirk, when they won 1:2 with a very good game. No problems for Dumbarton as striker Bryan Prunty (24 games, 7 goals) is back in action.
Falkirk seems to have several gaps in the defense and they can be fatal against a Dumbarton side which is very strong offensively. It is very likely that there will be an open pace in the game and this will benefit Dumbarton. I expect a lot of goals.