Dunfermline Athletic

Preview Stenhousemuir

Saturday, 14th Feb 2015

Both Dunfermline and Stenhousemuir were without a fixture last Saturday as their perspective opponents, Brechin City and Stranraer, were invloved in Scottish Cup action.

There have been 72 league meetings between these teams. The Fifers have won 36, Stenhousemuir 18 and 18 matches have been drawn.

Last season's games between Dunfermline and Stenhousemuir were thrilling affairs. The first fixture back in August at Ochilview saw the Fifers come back from three goals down to win 5-4 scoring three goals in the last six minutes of the match. In November's home game Dunfermline came back from twice being behind to win 3-2 with a 92nd minute Allan Smith strike. 

That was followed up with a New Year fixture at Ochilview where yet again it was a late late show from the Pars. This time Stenny thought they had gained some retribution with an equaliser six minutes from full time only to suffer from a 91st minute winner from Andy Geggan that made it 2-1. The last meeting was a disappointing 0-0 draw at East End Park.

Milestones v Stenhousemuir (home)

Last Victory



League One

Last Defeat



Scottish Cup

Best Victory



Div Two

Worst Defeat



Scottish Cup

Last six meetings
League One Stenhousemuir 1-0 Dunfermline 15/11/14
League One Dunfermline 2-0 Stenhousemuir 13/09/14
League One Dunfermline 0-0 Stenhousemuir 08/03/14
League One Stenhousemuir 1-2 Dunfermline 02/01/14
League One Dunfermline 3-2 Stenhousemuir 09/11/13
League One Stenhousemuir 4-5 Dunfermline 24/08/13

There are still memories of the Pars 7-1 Scottish Cup win over Stenny in 2010 and several fixtures between the clubs have yielded several high scoring games. The last three matches between the sides however have only seen three goals.

Dunfermline  Stenhousemuir
Current League Position
 Form in last six games
League Points
33 21
Goal Difference
+10 -12
Home / Away League Record
P11, W5, D4, L2 P11, W3, D0, L8

Stenhousemuir have still to win a match in 2015 and Dunfermline's win over Ayr United in their last league match was their first win in eight games.

Form last six home / away
Dunfermline (home) Stenhousemuir  (away)
  Airdrieonians D 2-2 Peterhead L 0-2
  Peterhead D 1-1 Forfar Athletic L 0-1
  Stranraer L 0-1 Stranraer W 2-0
  Stranraer L 1-3 Ayr United W 3-2
  Stirling Albion W 4-0 Morton  L


  Morton L 1-2 Airdrieonians L


Last Time Out

DUNFERMLINE (v Ayr United):
 Ryan Scully (Ryan Goodfellow 85); Andy Geggan, Gregor Buchanan (c), Lewis Martin, Jim Paterson (Alex Whittle HT); Shaun Byrne (Josh Falkingham 57), Lewis Spence, Kyle McAusland, David Hopkirk; Andy Barrowman, Michael Moffat.
SUBS NOT USED: Ross Millen, Andy Stirling, Ryan Thomson, Allan Smith.

STENHOUSEMUIR (v Peterhead): Greg Fleming; Jamie McCormack, Alan Lithgow, Ross Meechan, Ciaran Summers, Kris Faulds (Fraser Eddington 78), Kieran Millar, Bryan Hodge, Paul McMullan, Colin McMenamin, Craig Sutherland, (Martin Grehan 60).
SUBS NOT USED: Robbie Duncan, Gregor Fotheringham, Dean Shaw, Josh Watt.

Paul McMullan is on loan from Celtic and John Potter watched him score twice for Celtic in their SPFL Development League match against Dunfermline on 5th February. 30 year old striker Martin Grehan hails from Glenrothes and at one time played with Dundonald Bluebell. Stenny's 28 year old keeper Greg Fleming was born in Dunfermline and played 26 matches for them in 2009-2010 while on loan from Oldham Athletic.

Referee for the Valentine's Day meeting will be Alan Newlands.

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