ALL roads lead to Rosewell today as Gala Fairydean Rovers fans head along the A7 for the final of the East of Scotland Cup, hoping to witness history.

The club has yet to lift silverware in their 10-year history but today could be the day.

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Standing in their way however is Linlithgow Rose who, although playing in a league below Gala have a much larger budget.

But Rovers are not short of confidence having put in some outstanding performances this season.

Assistant manager Steve Craig is no stranger to cup finals, having appeared along with manager Martin Scott in a Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park.

He said: “We had a really good training session at Broxburn on Saturday morning and the biys are prepared for the challenge.

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“Our message to them will be the usual one of ‘just go out and enjoy it’. It’s just anther game apart from there being some silverware at stake.

“But games like this don’t come around too often and the manager has mentioned the word legacy a couple of times this week and the boys know they could be writing their names in the history books.

“Unfortunately Gareth (Rodger) our captain will miss the game but everyone else is in contention. One or two including Danny (Galbraith) still have knocks and are touch and go so we will make a decision on the team in the morning.”