Stott: Heat's on Blue Brazil; LEAGUE TWO PLAY-OFFS.
COVE v COWDEN COVE star Ryan Stott reckons all the pressure is on Cowden in today's play-off final first-leg clash at Harlaw Park.
The forward believes the Blue Brazil will be wary of the threat of the Highland League side's blistering attack that fired 127 goals in their march to the title.
Although Cove could be without defenders Ryan Strachan and Grant Campbell today, Stott says the heat is on Cowden to preserve their 113-year stay in the senior ranks.
Stott said: "We have nothing to fear and the pressure is more on them.
"They'll be wary of us, we're always liable to score."
But Cowden skipper Scott Rumsby insists their confidence is high despite finishing eight points adrift in League Two.
He said: "We feel we can get the job done. It won't be easy but we can get the results we want to ensure we stay in the league."
Fraser Mullen is banned for the Blue Brazil.
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||May 5, 2018|
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