Allan Johnston’s Dunfermline may already have the Ladbrokes League 1 title wrapped up but the entertainment levels certainly haven’t dropped at East End Park, as the men in black and white came from behind twice to take a point in Saturday’s clash with Forfar.
The Loons, though, may have been the happier side at full-time, after taking their first point from in four meetings with the Fife club this season.
The previous contests had been dominated by the Champions, who recorded a pair of 4-0 wins and a 4-2 triumph at Station Road, but this was a far more even contest.
Gavin Swankie opened the scoring for Forfar with a sweetly hit free-kick before Michael Moffat equalised on the half-hour mark.
Andy Ryan put the visitors ahead again after the break with a solo goal, before Moffat snapped up a rebound at the other end, taking his Ladbrokes League 1 tally to 12 for the season, lengthening the Pars unbeaten run to 12 matches in the process.
Improving Forfar look to climb out of the relegation play-off spot with victory over Airdrieonians this weekend, at 13/10.
Dunfermline make the long journey to Stranraer and are 4/7 to record a fifth successive victory against the Blues.
The Pars won 3-0 on their last visit to Stair Park in October and are 11/1 to give the home side déjà-vu with the same scoreline on Saturday.
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