Nervy afternoon awaits for Rob Roy, Rossvale and Kilsyth

Rob Roy and Kilsyth - and Rossvale - are still in with a chance of winning their League Cup group
Rob Roy and Kilsyth - and Rossvale - are still in with a chance of winning their League Cup group

Wins for Kilsyth Rangers and Rossvale on Wednesday have meant a potentially nail-biting end to their exselgroup Sectional League Cup group - with three teams still in with a chance of making it throuygh to the quarter-finals.

Kilsyth’s 4-1 victory at Dunipace - thanks to doubles by Frannie Kelly and Paul McBride - put them top of the group, ahead of Kirkintilloch Rob Roy on goals scored.

But Kilsyth have now finished their matches, leaving Rob Roy - with three wins out of three - still in pole position going into their final match against Rossvale at Guy’s Meadow on Saturday.

A point will still be enough to put Stewart Maxwell’s side through to the knockout stages as group winners.

But if they lose they will be out - and here‘s where it gets complicated.

Rossvale’s win at Cumbernauld out them on six points from three games and a win over Rob Roy by three goals or more leave the Bishopbriggs side top of the group.

But if Rossvale win by less than three goals then both sides would be eliminated and Kilsyth would top the group and go through to the last eight.

At the other end of the table Cumbernauld United and Dunipace - both yet to win a point - face each other at Denny looking to avoid finishing bottom.