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Caley Thistle will have to be at best to win North of Scotland Cup final


By Andrew Henderson


Inverness Caledonian Thistle coach Barry Wilson has warned that Brora Rangers will be going all out to win the North of Scotland Cup final on Sunday.

Caley Thistle have to travel to Ayr United tomorrow, before facing the Highland League leaders in Forres the next day.

Barry Wilson believes Brora Rangers will prove tough opposition in Sunday's North of Scotland Cup final, regardless of what team Inverness put out. Picture: Ken Macpherson
Barry Wilson believes Brora Rangers will prove tough opposition in Sunday's North of Scotland Cup final, regardless of what team Inverness put out. Picture: Ken Macpherson

The Sutherland side are in good form, beating Inverurie Locos 6-1 last time out.

Inverness will have an experienced side, with John Robertson confirming that Brad McKay and Mitch Curry will play as much of the match as they can to continue to recover from injury, but Wilson does not expect an easy task.

“Brora are an excellent side,” he insisted.

“They’re experienced, they’ve got a big squad and they’ve had a great start to the season. I’ve watched them a couple of times.

“I saw them on the first day of the season when they beat Fort William 6-0 as I was watching our boys, and they were impressive. They’re ruthless, they play a formation that suits them really well."

Read more in today's Inverness Courier.



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