Raith Rovers manager Barry Smith is hoping for less drama but the same amount of character from his players today.
The Kirkcaldy men welcome Forfar to Stark’s Park and surely the game can’t be as tumultuous as last weekend’s one at Airdrie.
Injury-ravaged Rovers were a man down and trailing 3-1 to the Diamonds with just three minutes to go before they stormed back to win 4-3.
It was astonishing stuff and the scenes at full-time as the Raith players celebrated with their fans were something to behold.
After such a remarkable afternoon in Lanarkshire, it is perhaps understandable that Smith would prefer things to be more straightforward when the Loons visit.
Smith said: “When the players came into the dressing room after the game, I told them to enjoy what was a great achievement but also to learn from the experience.
“It was a serious test of character but they were equal to that and showed tremendous desire to win.
“They took responsibility despite having only 10 men and being two goals behind so late in the game.
“I was especially pleased that, even at that stage, they got the ball down and moved it about.
“So that is why we got the result when it looked unlikely. We stayed calm and continued to pass the ball.
“Now, though, we have to look forward rather than back and that means approaching the Forfar match in the same determined manner.”
Rovers will, of course, be without Iain Davidson, whose red card against Airdrie means he is suspended.
Kyle Benedictus has had a head knock so will be sidelined along with Ross Matthews, while Lewis Milne and Lewis Vaughan are both doubts.