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The referee brings the game to a close.
The official flags Luke Leahy offside.
Unfair challenge on Mark Beck by Hugh Murray results in a free kick.
Conor Hogg on for Craig Sibbald.
Lewis Small on for Rory Loy.
The ball is swung over by Will Vaulks.
The referee blows for offside against Rory Loy.
Shot by Christopher Kane. Michael McGovern safely holds on.
Rory Loy receives a caution.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Andrew Graham on Mark Beck.
Hugh Murray restarts play with the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Hugh Murray by Mark Beck results in a free kick.
Free kick taken by Jamie Ewings.
Luke Leahy comes on in place of Blair Alston.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Michael Miller on Mark Beck.
(Dumbarton) makes a substitution, with Mitchel Megginson coming on for Scott Agnew.
Rory Loy scores with their left foot. Falkirk 2-0 Dumbarton.Mark Beck provided the assist for the goal.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Mark Millar.
Shot by Mark Millar.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Rory Loy.
Corner taken by Scott Agnew from the right by-line.
Corner taken by Jordan Kirkpatrick.
Craig Sibbald takes a weak shot. Jamie Ewings catches the ball.
Blair Alston has an effort at goal.
Michael Miller makes a clearance.
Mark Millar takes the free kick.
Foul by Christopher Kane on Will Vaulks, free kick awarded.
Colin Nish joins the action as a substitute, replacing Chris Turner.
Unfair challenge on Paul McGinn by Conor McGrandles results in a free kick.
Centre by Will Vaulks.
Hugh Murray booked for unsporting behaviour.
Will Vaulks crosses the ball.
The ball is delivered by Paul McGinn.
Clearance by David McCracken.
Corner taken by Scott Agnew.
Rory Loy takes a shot. Jamie Ewings safely holds on.
The ball is delivered by Joe Chalmers.
The second half has started.
The players leave the pitch at half time.
Foul by Mark Beck on Andrew Graham, free kick awarded.
The ball is swung over by Rory Loy.
Centre by Mark Gilhaney.
Jordan Kirkpatrick joins the action as a substitute, replacing Scott Linton.
Free kick taken by Scott Agnew.
Chris Turner fouled by Rory Loy, the ref awards a free kick.
Blair Alston fouled by Hugh Murray, the ref awards a free kick.
Jamie Ewings takes the free kick.
Hugh Murray fouled by Craig Sibbald, the ref awards a free kick.
Joe Chalmers produces a cross.
Joe Chalmers takes the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Craig Sibbald by Hugh Murray results in a free kick.
Jamie Ewings restarts play with the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Chris Turner by Will Vaulks results in a free kick.
Stephen Kingsley takes the free kick.
Stephen Kingsley restarts play with the free kick.
Christopher Kane gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Stephen Kingsley.
Rory Loy crosses the ball.
Corner taken by Mark Millar from the left by-line.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Mark Millar. David McCracken grabs a goal with a headed effort. Falkirk 1-0 Dumbarton.
Corner taken by Mark Millar.
Joe Chalmers sends in a cross.
Hugh Murray gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Mark Beck.
Clearance by Hugh Murray.
Clearance by Paul McGinn.
The ball is swung over by Mark Gilhaney.
Foul by Paul McGinn on Craig Sibbald, free kick awarded.
David McCracken takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Stephen Kingsley by Christopher Kane.
Mark Beck challenges Mark Gilhaney unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Mark Millar takes a shot.
Andrew Graham takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Paul McGinn by Mark Millar.
The match begins.
Roberts banned for Bairns
Falkirk will be without Phil Roberts when they host Dumbarton after the striker's sending off against Alloa on Saturday.
Rory Loy is struggling with a knock and Thomas Grant misses out through illness as the Bairns look to bounce back from their 3-0 Recreation Park defeat that saw them slip nine points behind leaders Dundee.
Manager Gary Holt said: "It was a disappointing day and we have to show character to bounce back. The title is out of our hands so all we can do is win and see where we end up.
"Dumbarton have given us problems so beating them would be a great way to get going again."
Dumbarton have a full squad as they travel looking for their fourth win in a row at the home of the Bairns.
Manager Ian Murray may freshen things up as the Sons look to move closer to a top four place.
He said: "The players gave a lot on Saturday and where very unlucky to lose to Dundee. We are in the fortunate position that we have players waiting to come in so we will have a strong side out.
"We have a good record at Falkirk and it would be great to add another win to it, however Falkirk will be looking to hit back."
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