Brechin City boss Darren Dods is hoping that a return home will signal a return to winning ways.
January 2 was the last time the League One side played at Glebe Park.
And, after they narrowly lost that New Year fixture to Peterhead, results haven’t been any better on the road.
Stenhousemuir are the visitors today as Brechin seek to end their three-game losing streak.
“This is our first home game for a month,” said Dods. “And hopefully we can take advantage of that.
“It’s a new month, we’re still in the play-off places and we can try and build some momentum again.
“Stenhousemuir are going well just now. They had a good win last weekend. I’ve watched them a couple of times and this will be a tough game. But if we play like I know we can then we can get the win.”
Dods will certainly be looking for a better start than he got from his team at Livingston last weekend.
“They scored after 45 seconds from a long throw,” he said. “It was the worst possible start.
“Livingston adapted well to the conditions. They’re full-time and it probably showed. They’re a powerful and athletic side.”
Chris O’Neil and Andy Jackson played 60 and 70 minutes of the Livi match respectively and neither has suffered a reaction to their comeback from injury. James Dale and Darren McCormack are also available.
There is further good news regarding Willie Dyer, who missed last Saturday’s match with an Achilles injury but has since returned to training.