Dunfermline v Morton

Last updated : 04 March 2011 By BBC Sport

Morton head to Dunfermline with midfielder Darren Young their only absentee due to a calf injury.

Morton won the last meeting between the two at home, but the Pars came out on top at East End Park this season.

Dunfermline assistant boss Gerry McCabe:

"We are hopeful that Kevin will be available for selection but if he is not we will be along much the same lines as last week.

"I watched Morton in midweek and they gave a real threatening performance against Falkirk and looked the more likely side to score so we need to be on our guard.

"Michael Tidser was excellent throughout that game as was David O'Brien so Morton have players that can certainly create chances."

Morton manager Allan Moore:

"I am really looking forward to this game as the matches between the sides are usually good football contests.

"We won 2-1 at our place but I believed that we actually played better in the game we lost 2-0 at East End Park earlier in the season when Dunfermline showed us how to convert chances.

"We have nothing to fear in this game. We will plan to go out and attack them."

Source: BBC Sport

Source: BBC Sport