Livingston, Alloa & Cowdenbeath win, Albion v East Fife is called off

David Hopkin
David Hopkin's Livingston are on course for promotion

Livingston maintained their nine-point lead at the top of Scottish League One by beating bottom side Stenhousemuir.

Nikolay Todorov headed Livi's only goal while nearest challengers Alloa beat Brechin City 2-1.

Albion Rovers' meeting with East Fife was postponed until 28 March because of a waterlogged pitch.

And, in League Two, bottom side Cowdenbeath moved to within four points of Clyde by winning 2-0 at Broadwood, Kyle Miller and David Syme on target.

Miller struck before half-time and Syme nodded Cowden's second as Clyde slipped below Edinburgh City on goal difference.

In Livingston, Todorov put the hosts ahead midway through the first half and it proved to be enough for David Hopkin's side.

Kevin Cawley fired Alloa ahead against Brechin and though Andy Jackson levelled from close range, Andy Graham struck in stoppage time to take the Wasps nine points clear of East Fife.

Albion Rovers are second bottom, two points above Stenny and a point off Peterhead.

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