The Pars kept up their free scoring League form by hitting six past their local rivals making it 15 goals in the last three league games.
"Airdrie have done well with a great run; they are the form team in the league and we know it will be difficult, a real battle.
Jim McIntyre begins his preparations by releasing five, putting one on the transfer list and renewing three.
Last match of the season and Airdrie have it all to play for
The Purvis Groups have agreed to continue their partnership with Dunfermline Athletic
"I thought the ref had given a foul for one on me! I couldn't believe that he gave a penalty. The linesman gave it.
Pars not good enough at St Andrews
"It was the first hat-trick of my career so I am delighted. The first goal was a good finish from myself, the second goal was a great ball from Nicky Phinn and the third goal was the penalty.
24/04/10: JM:- "I thought the boys approached the game in a positive manner today and Alex Burke was our star player"
IRN BRU First Division: three changes for Pars - Ross, Burke and Cardle start. Phinn (8) 1-0, Bell (27) 2-0. Monti (40 pen) 2-1. Bell (44) 3-1. Bell (91) 4-1.
23/04/10:- "People say 'the league is finished' but as far as we are concerned we are working the boys just as hard and hopefully we can get six points over the last two games.
The Pars have a mixed record at home this season in the league and Jim McIntyre will want to take his home success rate to 50%.
"I thought it was harsh to be fair, there is maybe a slight hand hall. It was more shoulder cum hand. The linesman called it the way he saw it."
U19 League Cup,
17/04/10: JM - "The first goal is always crucial and you can see in the stats this year the number of times that you go on and win the game.
IRN BRU First Division; Nick Phinn in for Ross Campbell. Rooney 1-0 (55), Foran 2-0 (63)
16/04/10: "We just have to concentrate on ourselves. If we play the way we can play then we will win the game."
Inverness are unbeaten at home since 10th October. The Pars record against the Highlanders is not the best and they have won only twice at Inverness in 9 visits.
"You'd rather be playing well and missing chances rather than not getting the chances at all.
U19 Reserve League Cup gets off to a winning start with goals from Leslie (2) and McIntosh
10/04/10: JM - "Obviously there is a wee bit of disappointment there but I am really pleased with the standard of play.
IRN BRU First Division: David Graham and Chris Higgins in for Greg Ross and Neil McGregor. Campbell 1-0 (40).McManus 1-1 (44), McDougall 2-1(53)
SFL U19 League: Pars continue their good form with resounding win at Broadwood
"It doesn't matter what is going on elsewhere, you have got to have that professionalism and want to strive to be better."
The Pars have won nine of the last dozen league meetings but the December match broke a run of 16 league games since Ayr United won.
Not the break that Dunfermline's 'tinman' was looking for. Keeper reflects:-
"That was the biggest game of the season and that's the worst we have played all season."
Pars overrun Dees by twice hitting two goals in two minutes
03/04/10: JM- "We are out of the race now - we had to win today. It was a long shot anyway but it is especially disappointing to lose in the manner we did."
IRN BRU First Division: Chris Smith in for the injured Greg Paterson. Vigurs (14) 0-1, Barrowman (35) 0-2. Bell (77) 1-2
U19's left back leaves to join Stevie Crawford's team at Methil in Good Friday agreement
02/04/10:- Andy Kirk and Graham Bayne now look to be out for the season, Alex Burke and Graeme Holmes set to return
"Chris has been back training for three weeks. We are delighted to have him back; he is a good goalkeeper and we thank St Mirren for their help."
Dunfermline have won four of their last six league fixtures whereas County have won just one of th
"The win over Dundee gets us back in the mix again. Obviously the last two defeats knocked us back a wee bit but we have a few games coming up and fingers crossed we will get the results.