MATCH PREVIEW :: Edinburgh University vs. BSC Glasgow

Written by Sam Jenkinson

BSC Glasgow return to Peffermill Playing Fields for the first time since September 2014 to take on Dorian Ogunro’s Edinburgh University side.

His opposite number Jamie Hamilton and his side will be buzzing from their last time appearance in the Scottish Lowland Football League, a comprehensive 6-2 victory over away at Vale of Leithen, leaving BSC sitting in 9th, two points ahead of this weekend's opponents.

The capital side have improved as the season has went on, with last weekend bringing an encouraging 2-1 victory away at Dalbeattie Star.

But, going by last week, they’ll have a big task on their hands to keep out a BSC side that was in fine form at Victoria Park.

Aidan Ferris' first minute goal set the scene for a demolition and the striker went on to score a hat trick with strike partner Blair Lyons netting a double.

Bring it on.

 

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