GREENOCK Wanderers make the trip to Tayside tomorrow in search of a potential win against Perthshire, writes John Dyer.

The North Inch outfit sit seventh in National League Division Three after recording two wins and five defeats.

Wanderers' encounter with Murrayfield was postponed due to a Covid issue in the Fort Matilda ranks last week.

While Grant Sweenie's men were idle, Perthshire enjoyed a fine victory against Strathmore who had a comfortable win a couple of weeks earlier against Wanderers.

The Strathmore trip was costly for Wanderers.

AJ Guthrie sustained a serious head injury, although he is well on the way to recovery.

Andy Graham may be fit enough to start, as will Murray McKechnie and Ryan McCready.

Louie Hoodless is hopeful of a start - work commitments permitting - and how the side could do with some more of his try-scoring exploits.

His inclusion would bring the pack up to another level to continue the dominance Wanderers have had over most of the sides they have played.

If only the backs could transfer this into tries Wanderers would be in a much stronger position.

In the backs Andrew McDougall and Leigh Tyley are both fit again and the youngsters Jack McDaid and Smith continue to learn their trade.

It should be noted both are playing well after making the step-up to senior rugby.

Ardrossan, who are the bottom side in the league, are at home to Hillhead and Wanderers supporters will have one eye on that result as the Greenock men are only three points above them in second bottom place.

Wanderers must up their game if they are to get anything at Perth.

If they can improve on recent performances then Wanderers can give themselves a chance to pull off a shock against the odds tomorrow.

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