Cowdenbeath came here in the League Cup and we could not break them down."I am hoping that we can start converting chances into goals in this game."Cowdenbeath midfielder Lewis Milne is back in full training but unlikely to start against the Bairns.Manager Jimmy Nicholl looks set to keep faith with the players that have secured seven points from the last nine.Skipper John Armstrong is out with an ankle problem, with Kenny Adamson (foot) and Sammy Stewart (groin) remaining absent as well.Nicholl said: "Our recent run has lifted us off bottom spot and everyone has enjoyed that."However, we know that we are only one bad performance away from going back there so we need to keep doing what we have been doing starting against Falkirk."
Source : PA