East Fife manager Darren Young comes across his former club Albion Rovers for the first time since the Coatbridge opted not to extend his contract today.
And the Bayview boss is harbouring no ill-will.
Young explained: “I am looking forward to facing the Rovers at Bayview. I won a league title there and came close to a promotion play-off place in the two seasons that followed that.
“I was delighted with what I achieved there but fair play to Brian Kerr for building on that and having a great season so far.”
Albion sit third in the table having won all four of their matches on the road this season and defeating Raith Rovers at home a fortnight ago.
One of the reasons for their blistering form has been the goalscoring prowess of former Brechin midfielder Alan Trouten who has scored 14 times.
Young said: “I read this week that in the top 22 leagues in Europe Albion Rovers are the highest goalscorers away from home. Alan is on fire just now and that is no surprise to me as I tried to bring him here but lost out as Coatbridge is closer to home.
“Having scored so many goals everyone is well warned about his danger.”
Young added: “A win would put us on the 15 point marker at the end of this first quarter and that is a good incentive for us. We have not had a full squad throughout the season so far and reaching that tally would give us a good platform to move on from once we have everyone back.”
Skipper Kevin Smith is set to be involved for the first time in this campaign and Kyle Wilkie is available after illness, however Jonathan Page is suspended.