Highland head coach Davie Carson says tomorrow’s already-relegated National 1 opponents Dundee HSFP will be ready to punish any slackness by his side.
Dundee registered just their third win of the campaign away to Cartha Queen’s Park last weekend, so will still drop down to National 2.
Carson, who has Rupeni Rokoduguni back in contention after he featured for the British Army side, says last week’s result is all the warning his side needs.
Carson said: “With no disrespect to Dundee, if the boys have got their head in the right game we should be winning this one.
“Dundee got a morale-boosting win down at Cartha last weekend though. They know they are down, so they have nothing to lose. It’s not going to be an easy run.”
Highland, who are third, are looking to narrow the gap on second-placed Heriot’s Blues, with Carson’s men out of action last weekend following the postponement of their trip to Ayr.
Carson added: “We’ve got a good run-in now. If we can peg back our game in hand we will be within four points of Heriot’s and looking for them to slip up.
“We need to try to start by getting a bonus point win in Dundee, and try to keep momentum going.”
Caithness are looking to boost their National 3 survival hopes when they host Hillhead Jordanhill tomorrow.
The Thurso outfit are six points adrift in the relegation zone ahead of the game against their sixth-placed opponents, who ran out 69-7 winners when the sides met in Glasgow in November.
Greens head coach Ewen Boyd said: “We want to try to make use of home advantage as much as we can. We have a decent squad, and the pitch is in good condition having taken a fair hammering with a few games being played on it.”