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Five Games to Watch in the East Region - 29/01 February/March 2020

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Forfar Boys vs Brechin City YFC U15
 
The title race in the DDYFA W Mills League is hotting up this weekend as Forfar Boys will look to move into first place with a win over fellow challengers Brechin City in an all Angus encounter.
 
Forfar have been in fine form this season, and sit in second place in the league for now, having played two games less than league leaders Dundee Sporting Club. Forfar have only suffered one defeat in the league this season, at the hands of their opponents this weekend.
 
Brechin are also still making themselves heard in the title race, despite sitting 10 points behind the leaders. Like Forfar, Brechin also have two games in hand over Dundee Sporting Club, but will need to win this weekend if they want to give themselves a shot at catching up at the top.
 
If their last meeting is anything to go by, a 4-3 win in favour of Brechin, this game should be an absolute cracker, and definitley worth watching for this looking for an even contest.
 
 
Carnoustie Panmure vs Dundee Sporting Club U15
 
Elsewhere in the W Mills League, leaders Dundee Sporting Club face a tough trip away to take on undefeated Carnoustie Panmure.
 
Sporting Club have been brilliant this season and rightfully sit at the top of the mountain. A win this weekend would put pressure on those behind them to keep up the pace, including their opponents this weekend.
 
Carnoustie hold the distinction of being the only undefeated team in the league this season, having secured a perfect eight wins from eight. They sit further down the league, having played much fewer games this season, but a win against the leaders would be ideal for a team looking to make up ground.
 
Pitskelly Park looks like one of the places to be this weekend for another entertaining and gripping game of football.
 
 
East End Boys United vs Kelty Hearts CC U14
 
Moving into Fife, we have a very interesting tie as Kelty Hearts make the journey to Dunfermline to take on East End Boys United.
 
East End Boys have had a fantastic season so far. They remain unbeaten in league competition and sit in a prime position to move into top spot. They currently sit four points behind league leaders Kirkcaldy Inter.
 
Klety Hearts hold second place for now, just one point off the top. A win for them could not only hand them top spot, it would bring them further away from the approaching United, who currently have four games in hand over the top two.
 
 
Glenrothes Strollers vs Benarty Astros U19
 
The top two in the AFYFC U19's League compete for a place in the final of the AFYFC League Cup.
 
Glenrothes Strollers hold an undefeated record in the league this season so far, with nine wins from nine games giveing them a three point advantage over their opponents.
 
Benarty Astros have played one game more than their opponents and sit three points adrift. This will be the first meeting of the teams this season and it's sure to be a fantastic contest as two evenly matched teams fight for their chance at silverware.
 
 
Kelty Hearts CC vs Kennoway Star Hearts U17
 
Another cup semi-final rounds off our games to watch article this weekend as Kelty Hearts and Kennoway Star Hearts battle for a place in the final of the U17's League Cup.
 
Kelty Hearts go into the game as joint league leaders of the U17's League, a full 11 points ahead of their opponents this weekend. They've played one game more than leaders Hill of Beath Hawthorn, but remain very much in the hunt for silverware.
 
Kennoway Star Hearts are unbeaten in the league this season and hold five games in hand over the league leaders, on top of that they already hold a win over Kelty Hearts. 
 
It will be interesting to see how this contest turns out.
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