In pictures: Annan Athletic & Edinburgh City renew acquaintance

Streets around Galabank
Deserted streets around Galabank before Annan Athletic host visitors Edinburgh City for the first SPFL meeting between the two teams
A half-time draw seller and some customers
A half-time draw seller has some early arrivals
Edinburgh City goalkeeper Andrew Stobie
Edinburgh City goalkeeper Andrew Stobie, restored to the starting line-up for the Scottish League Two trip to Annan, goes through his pre-match routine
Edinburgh City captain Dougie Gair
Edinburgh City captain Dougie Gair does some shuttling during his team's pre-match warm-up
Edinburgh City manager Gary Jardine discusses tactics with a member of his squad
Edinburgh City manager Gary Jardine (centre) discusses tactics with a member of his squad
Annan and Edinburgh players enter the pitch
The teams emerge from the dressing rooms for the clubs' first competitive encounter since they were both members of the East of Scotland League a decade ago
Annan Athletic v Edinburgh City
Practice goals frame the first-half action as Edinburgh City look for the opening goal at Galabank
Annan Athletic v Edinburgh City
The visiting defence hold firm in the first half as Annan Athletic press for the opening goal
Annan Athletic fans
A section of the Annan Athletic support look on from the stand during the first half
A club official trying to locate lost footballs outside Galabank
A club official trying to locate lost footballs outside the ground during half-time
Edinburgh City players celebrate
Edinburgh City players celebrate their equaliser with Craig Beattie (number nine) taking their acclaim but the goal was credited as a Steven Swinglehurst own goal, with Annan having gone ahead through David McKenna
Dougie Gair takes a corner for Edinburgh City
Gair takes a corner as his team press for their first league victory since their promotion from the Lowland League in May
Annan Athletic v Edinburgh City
Edinburgh City substitute Ross Allum narrowly fails to secure all three points as a late chance goes past the post
Annan Athletic fans
Annan Athletic fans in a crowd of 351 chatting to each other during a break in the second-half action
Edinburgh City players
Beattie (far left) congratulates debutant and former Manchester City midfielder Marc Laird after the match finishes 1-1
Football fans
Fans make their way home

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