Annan Athletic welcome Scottish Premiership club Motherwell to Galabank this weekend.
It's the team's third match of the group stage of the Scottish League Cup.
They lost 2-0 away at Rangers in midweek, but after a strong performance they will be hoping for a positive result this time.
Kick off is at 3pm at Galabank.
Berwick moved off the foot of the Scottish League Two table by claiming their first league win since Boxing Day with a 3-2 result at home to play-off contenders Annan Athletic.
Berwick had the best chances of the first half before taking a deserved lead after 32 minutes thanks to a good run by Darren Lavery, whose square pass ended in a close-range finish from Blair Henderson.
The lead was doubled 10 minutes later when leading scorer Lavery converted from the penalty spot, but things turned just after the restart when Berwick goalkeeper Kevin Walker was sent off for a last-ditch tackle on Josh Todd, leaving Ryan McStay to smash home a free-kick from the edge of the box.
Berwick's Allan Walker saw a free-kick hit the crossbar, but he was eventually successful after 88 minutes following a counter-attack, and even though Annan pulled another back through Stuart McColm from a corner, the hosts somehow hung on for the win.
Annan Athletic could extend their lead at the top of Scottish League Two today. They travel to East Fife, who are currently second, knowing if they win and other results elsewhere go their way they'll open up a six point advantage. Ryan Dollard went to see them in training.
The chairman of Annan Athletic Football Club has said he would back plan's to allow drinking at football grounds in Scotland.
The sale of alcoholic drink was first banned following rioting at the 1980 Scottish Cup final between Celtic and Rangers.
Scottish Labour and the Scottish Conservatives have both called for the ban to be lifted.
But today the Justice Secretary told MSPs that it was a "serious and complex issue" that needed careful consideration before the law could be changed.
Annan Athletic's Henry McClelland says that the change would have to come carefully, and has suggested running a pilot scheme in smaller grounds.
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Following a rise in the number of people in the area who have had problems with doorstep, high street and payday lenders, the citizens Advice Service has decided to make themselves accessible to the community at Annan Athletic v Peterhead. Advisors will be on hand in the supporter's social club.
A new partnership has been formed between Annan Athletic Football Club and the Dumfries and Galloway Citizens Advice Service to stage events and campaigns.
The citizens advice team are going to use the football games as an opportunity to raise awareness of their services.
Our Scottish football teams are back in action this weekend with the first round of the Ramsdens Challenge Cup. All the local matches kick off at 3pm on Saturday.
- Annan Athletic v Morton
- Berwick v Livingston
- Queen of the South v Spartans
- Stranraer v Dunbarton
ITV Border has learnt that three out of the four clubs in the South of Scotland voted against plans to form a single league in Scotland.
Annan Athletic, Stranraer FC and Berwick Rangers voted against the proposals at a meeting today.
Only Queen of the South voted in favour from this region
The plans were passed by 23 votes to six amongst the lower league clubs. But because it needed a 75 percent majority, the proposals were actually carried by a single vote.
It's supposed to be a 42 club solution but it does nothing for the clubs in the third and second division either financially, voting-wise or structurally. We feel clubs from the lower two divisions have been pushed aside. We will be, at best, financially no better off.
The chairman of the Queen of the South has given his backing to the new structure for football in Scotland.
Billy Hewitson said that the plans would spread television rights money more equally amongst all the clubs in the new Scottish Football League.
It's not just good for Queen of the South, it's good for Scottish football because it'll lead to a unified body and that will give it more stability.
It provides a better financial distribution model for all clubs in the league."
Queens were promoted to the old Scottish First Division last season.