East Fife manager Darren Young is looking for his side to be ruthless with any chances that come their way against Dundee United.
The Fifers got their season up and running on Saturday with a 2-0 win over Stenhousemuir but Young was concerned with the number of opportunities his men spurned and knows that to take anything from Tannadice tonight they cannot be so profligate.
He said: “It was a good win but we could have scored more.
“Like the Cowdenbeath game the Saturday before, we created chances and while we took a couple this time we do need to sharpen up in front of goal.
“We are likely to get fewer opportunities against Dundee United so we have to convert them.
“We will go to Tannadice and give it a go as we have nothing to lose.
“After we play United, we face Hearts and I want us to be going into the league season having had positive performances against two full-time teams.
“If we do well in these games then we will give ourselves a confidence boost before the serious stuff starts.”
Ryan Wallace is an injury doubt and Kyle Bell remains out.
Young added: “I will make changes and some of them will be as a result of what I have seen in our first two games and the others will be to keep everyone fresh.”