Forres will be providing the opposition this afternoon at Station Park. County will be wanting to seize all three points to firm up their league challenge but it's always difficult against the Moray club, they are coming into form too and they usually bring along a good contingent of Mosset Park fans to urge them on. The Wee County will not be without support too, last week they outnumbered the home fans at Lossie and so despite the rain-clouds there should be a large turnout today over the other side of the tracks. The overnight rain is continuing this morning and might make it a little more difficult for the type of football that County play but hopefully NCFC star Conor Gethins will add to his tally of 30 goals so far this season. County are the bookies favourites but the final team that Les puts on the park will depend on the effect of recent injuries suffered by some of the regulars and this will be no walkover for the home side.
If you haven't got anything to do and have never graced Station Park before why not pop up and see what it is all about this afternoon?
It's also the last game of the season for assistant manager Ally MacLeod before he departs for his myelofibrosis treatment. County fans, management, players and others far and wide will be wishing him well and looking forward to his eventual return to Highland League football.
Packing my football bag for my last game as Nairn County assistant manager this season. Better not forget anything #footy #passion #desire
— ally macleod (@ally_macleod) December 27, 2013