Johnstone Burgh will be hoping it is a case of 'fourth time lucky' this weekend as they face a Scottish Junior Cup clash with Dundee Downfield.

The tie has already fallen victim to the weather on three occasions and, in the aftermath of more stormy conditions this week, club officials have made the decision to switch the match away from Keanie Park.

Instead, Jamie McKim and his team will meet the East of Scotland Football League outfit at New Western Park, home of local rivals Renfrew.

Burgh also had their league fixture with Cambuslang Rangers on Saturday postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

The winners of this weekend's fourth round clash will find themselves in the last-eight of the competition and earn a tie with Premier Division title challengers St Cadoc’s next month.

Kick-off on Saturday remains at the normal time of 1.30pm, with supporters reminded that tickets from the original tie remain valid.