Fraserburgh manager Mark Cowie concedes it will be a “massive ask” for his side to complete a clean sweep of silverware in the final months of the campaign.
The Broch have already won both the Aberdeenshire Cup and Shield, with the possibility of seizing an unprecedented four trophies this season. However, such a monumental task is not at the forefront of Cowie’s mind.
He said: “We’re concentrating on one game at a time. To win four trophies is a massive ask, especially with the way the league is going.
“Our focus is on Wednesday, then have a good break at the weekend. In the next four weeks, we’re playing the top three sides and that will show what we’re made of.”
Tonight’s visitors were held 2-2 by Huntly on Saturday, while Buckie come into the game on the back of a 4-1 win over Turriff United. Brora Rangers and Formartine United have already sealed their places in the semi-finals.
Cowie added: “In my first season we won both Aberdeenshire trophies. We’re always a team that’s capable of doing it; it’s maybe coming to fruition now the team has had two or three years together.
“We know the teams left in the competition are good teams, starting with Buckie. They’ve picked up lately and gone a bit unnoticed. They’ve got some of the best players the league has seen in Andy MacAskill and Kevin Fraser, while Graeme Stewart has already won the league.
“Graeme sets them out to win and so do we, so it should be a good game for the neutral.”
Buckie Thistle boss Graeme Stewart will be looking for his side to get one over on the Broch, who have beaten them twice in the league and the Aberdeenshire Cup already this season.
Stewart said: “It’s going to be difficult and they’ve already beaten us three times this season. Fraserburgh are second in the league for a reason and it looks like they are the only side in a position to challenge Brora. So it will be tough, but having lost to them three times this season hopefully we can come up with a solution to get a different result.
“The game we didn’t play well in was the first league game where they beat us comfortably 3-1. The other games have been close and I think we need to find a bit more belief. Maybe because in the last couple of seasons we haven’t been pushing so high up the league we may have lost belief.
“But we’re up where we are this season on merit and we need to believe we can beat teams like Fraserburgh, Brora and Inverurie because getting results against the top four or five teams has been a sticking point for us.”