Peterhead manager Jim McInally hopes his side can finally get the better of Stenhousemuir this afternoon.
The Balmoor side are only three points adrift of League Two leaders Stirling Albion after last week’s 2-0 success at Elgin City.
That victory extended McInally’s side’s winning run to four matches in all competitions but the Blue Toon have toiled in recent meetings against the Warriors.
Peterhead have lost their last four matches against Stenny, including a 3-1 defeat at Ochilview earlier this season.
McInally said: “We are in good form so I’m looking forward to it.
“Stenhousemuir have been a bogey team for us.
“If we can beat them this weekend it would put a bit of daylight between us as we are three points above them in the league.
“That would be good as they have a strong squad full of experienced players.
“If you finish above them you will have a good chance of winning the league.
“We had two horror moments when we played down there earlier this season and that cost us two goals.
“But we are on a good run at the moment so hopefully we can keep that going.”
McInally was particularly pleased with the way his young back four of Scott Brown, Jason Brown, Aidan McIlduff and Mason Robertson performed in last week’s meeting at Borough Briggs.
He added: “We have a very young defence.
“Last week our right back was 22, our centre backs were 23 and 21 and the left back was 20.
“Everybody has really played their part, from the starting XI to the substitutes who have come on.
“We had a lot of young players on the park last week along with some more experienced players.”
Marc Lawrence (back) is Peterhead’s only absentee.