The Can-Cans will sort out Elgin Metropolis at Mosset Park (8pm) kick-off to mark the twins’ 12 years with the membership.
The Frasers, 29, signed for Forres in 2010 as 17-year-olds and have helped the Moray aspect win the Breedon Highland League in 2012 and the North of Scotland Cup a season earlier.
Membership legends Lee and Graham Fraser could have their service to Forres Mechanics celebrated tomorrow evening with a testimonial.
Between them striker Lee and defender Graham have performed greater than 750 occasions for the Can-Cans with Lee scoring 139 occasions and Graham netting on 43 events.
They’ve additionally needed to battle again from critical accidents. Lee suffered a shattered knee through the title-winning season on account of an unintended problem in coaching by his brother.
Lee additionally suffered a cruciate ligament harm in 2018 with Graham sustaining the identical harm three years earlier.
Invoice Tulloch, the Frasers’ uncle and chair of their testimonial committee, mentioned: “A very powerful factor is that they provide their all in each sport and that’s maybe mirrored within the accidents they’ve had.
“Lee and Graham are well-respected by lots of people throughout the Highland League.
“They’re exhausting however truthful once they play and so they’ve been nice gamers for Forres.
“All you’ll be able to ask is that gamers give their all and decide to the membership and Lee and Graham have finished that.
“Until they’re injured they’re very seldom out of the group which is testomony to them.
“They’re membership legends, there have been loads of legends at Forres down the years and Lee and Graham shall be within the historical past of the membership as a result of they’ve left their mark.”
Tulloch is grateful to Elgin for agreeing to face Forres on the twins’ large evening and hopes it will likely be an evening keep in mind.
He added: “Forres v Elgin was an enormous native derby when each golf equipment had been within the Highland League so we’re delighted Elgin have agreed to play us.