TODD LUMSDEN says every point is precious for Albion Rovers as they bid to beat the drop.

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Rovers are bottom of the Irn-Bru Second Division and face ninth-placed Stranraer this afternoon.

The manager said: "Every game for every team is crucial. It is so tight in this league. Ayr, who were flying a few weeks ago, are now within touching distance for us.

"If you can win a few games, you can get yourself up the table pretty quickly. But if you lose a couple you will go the other way. It is about hanging in there and, hopefully, we can get a few wins together."


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