Kilsyth Rangers and Cumbernauld United looking for away wins

Cumbernauld United were beaten by Clydebank last week
Cumbernauld United were beaten by Clydebank last week

Junior sides Cumbernauld United and Kilsyth Rangers play their final games of 2016 on Saturday - and will be looking to end the year on a high.

Super League First Division table toppers Rangers are at Clydebank while United make the somewhat longer trip to Grivan.

Kilsyth Rangers celebrate their first goal against Blantyre Vics

Kilsyth Rangers celebrate their first goal against Blantyre Vics

Kilsyth, 3-0 winners over Blantyre Vics last week, will be looking the win which will ensure they remain top of the table going into the new year - they are currently level on points with second-placed Shettleston but have a vastly superior goal difference.

However they face a Clydebank side in form after their 5-1 win at Cumbernauld last week.

United have slipped down the standings in recent weeks after a couple of heavy defeats - Saturday’s loss to Bankies followed their 8-0 thumping in the derby at Kilsyth - and will be keen to bounce back as quickly as possible.

The sides drew 2-2 when they met at Guy’s Meadow earlier in the season.

After Saturday the leagues will take a two-week break, resuming on Saturday, January 7