Plenty of cup competition to get through in the DDYFA this weekend as well as two interesting ties in the Fife Cup. Here are five games to keep an eye out for in the East Region.
Broughty United Pumas vs Montrose Youths U13's - Cafe Royale League
Both of these teams are battling for the top spot in the Cafe Royale League and a win for either side on Sunday could put them in real contention.
Montrose won the last meeting between the two sides, securing a narrow 2-1 victory at home which Pumas will be keen to avenge. Montrose are currently one point ahead of Broughty, however United have one game in hand.
Ferry Athletic Yellows vs Dundee North End Youths - Maryfield/G Kerr Cup Semi-Final
Two teams amking up the top of the DDYFA U19's league face off for a place in the Maryfield/G Kerr Cup final. Ferry have the head-to-head advantage between the two having beaten North End 3-0 earlier in the season.
North End on the other hand have a five point advantage over Yellows and, despite Ferry having three games in hand, will definitely feel as though they can secure their place in the final.
Pitfour FC vs Fairmuir BC U16's - John Clark Motors Cup Semi-Final
These two have been very impressive this season and this is highly expected to be an instant classic. Both sides hold a win over each other and occupy the top two positions in the Maryfield League.
Fairmuir occupy first and hold a three point advantage over their opponents, but that will certainly have no impact in this game. Expect two evenly-matched sides going ll out.
Blue Brazil vs Kelty Hearts CC U16's - Fife Cup Quarter Final
A place in the semi-finals of the Fife Cup is on offer for both of these sides. The two occupy first and third in the AFYFC League.
Kelty hold the advantage, having won their previous two meetings and hold a six point lead over Blue Brazil, but in a cup competition form goes completely out of the window.
East Fife YA vs Abernethy U19's - Fife Cup Quarter Final
It's the tie of the round in the U19's Fife Cup as top two East Fife and Abernethy go head-to-head. Abernethy won the only previous meeting between the two when they beat East Fife 3-0.
Abernethy are currently two points ahead of East Fife in the AFYFC League and hold two games in hand, but East Fife will view this as a great opportunity to claim a big scalp in the competition.