Teenage left-back Kieran Tierney today insisted the Celtic factor can revitalise Scotland's flagging World Cup bid.
Aberdonian attacker Ryan Fraser will today discover if his Scotland debut cap dream is still alive.
Kris Hunter applauded Formartine's "thoroughly professional performance" after beating Clach 2-0.
Defiant Ikechi Anya today insisted Scotland can shake off their Canada shocker to revitalise their World Cup 2018 bid.
Boss Gordon Strachan today claimed facing minnows Canada was helpful ahead of the World Cup qualifier with Slovenia despite Scotland having a shocker.
Scotland stuttered to a bleak, anxious and unsatisfying 1-1 draw against minnows Canada.
Ryan Fraser will miss Scotland's friendly against Canada with a swollen knee.
Ryan Fraser and Stuart Armstrong are both expected to make their Scotland debuts this week.
Formartine must avoid a repeat of last season's slip-up at Clach tonight warns United ace Calum Dingwall.
Scotland boss Gordon Strachan has challenged his strikers to show tonight that they are ready for Slovenia.
Gordon Strachan admits he can understand players' frustrations at their omissions from his Scotland squad.
Ryan Fraser feels he is primed to make a big impact for Scotland after four tough years with Bournemouth.
Kris Hunter admitted he cannot explain the reason for Formartine's recent struggles after a nervy 1-0 win over Deveronvale.
Graeme Stewart felt Buckie were better than their 1-0 win over Wick suggested.
John Sheran praised Cove's persistence after a hard-fought 1-0 win over a resilient Rothes side.
Jim McInally was left frustrated by a late refereeing decision after Peterhead's 0-0 draw at Albion Rovers.
By the end of the powerplay at the King Power stadium there wasn't a shred of doubt that Leicester deserved to proceed or that Sevilla deserved to be knocked out of Europe for the first time, get this, since 2011.
Grant Anderson feels Peterhead may have to turn to the "dark side" to escape their relegation scrap.
Graeme Stewart expects Buckie to "win comfortably" to take six points off Wick in a week.
Formartine cannot take Deveronvale lightly if they want to keep their faint title hopes alive, says Stuart Anderson.
Kris Hunter credited Formartine's mental strength after their hard-fought 1-0 victory over Lossiemouth.
Aberdeen Ladies came back from 2-0 down to kick off their league campaign with a 2-2 draw at home to Spartans.
Garry Wood admits Formartine have dropped some "stupid points" but wants them to keep fighting for the title.
The Dons may have been overlooked for Gordon Strachan's Scotland squad but a former Pittodrie favourite made the cut.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally is backing his players to battle their way out of relegation danger.