Peterhead manager Jim McInally knows his players must dislodge the form team in League 1 if they are to make it back-to-back wins at Albion Rovers today.
Former Don Darren Young’s men are fourth in the table, with last Saturday’s 2-1 win at Livingston their fourth victory from their last five matches.
Peterhead moved off the bottom of the table after the 3-1 win at Airdrie but McInally knows the Blue Toon will face a stern test to follow it up with another win.
McInally said: “Darren has done a fine job there and he’s got good help with Billy Stark as his assistant.
“He’s a terrific coach and an ideal number two who I’m sure Darren will learn plenty from.
“It would be nice if we could build on last weekend’s result but we are playing against the form team in the league, so it will be tough for us.
“They are going great just now but we just have to keep playing the way we have been.”
McInally reckons his side finally got the outcome recent displays have deserved last week and praised his players’ resilience after coming from a goal behind to win.
McInally, who has no squad injury concerns for the trip to Cliftonhill, said: “It wasn’t a case of trying to change the performance, we just needed to change the results. We went behind last week but the players showed character to come back and win the game.
“That was pleasing as it could have been easy for them to be demoralised but they never let their heads go down. There is confidence in the team.”