Cumnock Junior's potentially historic match against Rutherglen Glencairn on Friday night (June 2) will be shown live on TV.

Hoards of fans will descend on Broadwood Stadium in Cumbernauld, as the team look to secure their first competition win since 1989.

Cumnock’s Jamie Wilson could make history by winning the Junior Cup for the third time with three different clubs. He has already collected winners’ medals with Hurlford United in 2014 and Beith in 2016.

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Ironically, his Nock team-mate Findlay Frye could also complete a hat-trick as he was on the losing side with Glenafton in 2014 and Pollok in 2016 in the same finals.

For those who can't make it along to game, that kicks off at 7.35pm, BBC ALBA will be providing live coverage of the match.

Coverage from Broadwood Stadium begins at 7.25pm on Friday, June 2.

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BBC ALBA HD is available free-to-air on the following platforms:

  • Sky 117 (Scotland) / Sky 169 (rest of UK)
  • Virgin Media 120 (Scotland), Virgin Media 161 (rest of UK)
  • Freesat 109
  • BBC iPlayer

Commentary will come from Alex O’Henley and Glenafton Athletic manager, Ryan Stevenson.

Fans have been warned against the use of pyrotechnics at the match, with Cumnock Juniors sharing a warning provided by Police Scotland.

Cumnock Chronicle: Fans have been warned against the use of pyrotechnics.Fans have been warned against the use of pyrotechnics. (Image: Charlie Gilmour)