Lee Currie (11 mins)
Darren Lavery (66 mins)
Darren Smith (39 mins)
John Gemmell (48 mins)
Stewart Kean (52 mins)
Stewart Kean (56 mins)
Darren Smith (86 mins)
The William Hill Scottish Cup Third Round Replay
, Nov 13, 2012
Ground: Shielfield Park , Kickoff: 19:45 , Att 402
Duo doubtful for Berwick Berwick duo Chris Townsley and Fraser McLaren are struggling to face Stenhousemuir in their Scottish Cup third-round replay.
Marc Lancaster (back) and Dean Droudge (knee) are still out with long-standing injuries.
Shielfield manager Ian Little said: "We probably should have won the first meeting but we missed a lot of chances.
"Stenhousemuir know a good bit more about us now so we may not get to play as much as did in the first meeting.
"Stenhousemuir have the incentive of a derby against Falkirk in the next round but we have the incentive of beating a Second Division side in this round." Stenhousemuir will have to make changes when they travel over the border.
New loan signing Brad McKay, from Hearts, is not allowed to feature and Kevin McKinlay is suspended.
Scott Buist remains sidelined with a groin problem and Eric Paton is struggling with a hamstring injury, but Brown Ferguson is available after a ban.
Manager Martyn Corrigan said: "We will need to play better than we did in the first meeting to progress to the next round. Having to shuffle our team about every week is not helping us but we just have to get on with things.
Berwick vs Stenhousemuir
Last modified 22:23 13/11/12
Goal blitz sends Warriors through Four goals in 17 minutes either side of half-time helped Stenhousemuir storm back from behind to down 10-man Berwick 5-2 in the Scottish Cup third-round replay.
As in the original tie, Irn-Bru Third Division outfit Berwick took the lead against their Division Two opponents in pursuit of a fourth-round encounter with Division One Falkirk.
Lee Currie drilled home a clinical 11th-minute penalty after Craig Anderson brought down Stuart Noble, but Stenny were level six minutes before the break when Darren Smith nodded in Sean Dickson's cross.
Dickson was involved again early in the second half, Youssef Bejaoui in the Berwick goal parrying his 20 yarder to leave John Gemmell with a simple headed finish.
Stewart Kean levelled for Stenhousemuir in the first game and a pair of close-range finishes appeared to put the match beyond doubt before Darren Lavery gave the hosts hope.
|Player rating out of ten||Player name||Substitution||Did they score?||Player's disciplinary record||Rating|
|2||Devon Jacobs(sub 81)|
|8||Neil Janczyk(sub 56)|
|10||Stuart Noble(sub 56)|
|12||Kevin McDonald(sub 56)|
|13||John Ferguson(sub 56)|
|15||Damian Gielty(sub 81)|
|Player rating out of ten||Player name||Did they score?||Player's disciplinary record||Substitution||Rating|
|7||Darren Smith(sub 86)|
|6||Bryan Hodge(sub 90)|
|9||John Gemmell(sub 60)|
|12||Andrew Rodgers(sub 60)|
|14||Ross Brash(sub 90)|
|16||Jamie O'Grady(sub 86)|