It will be a case of the same again from Cowdenbeath when they travel to Annan.
Manager Gary Bollan is looking for the Blue Brazil to keep their winning run going against the play-off bound Galabank men.
Three wins in their last three games have ensured that an air of positivity is surrounding the Fifers and Bollan wants that to continue.
He explained: “I know that some managers may look to freshen things up in the final weeks of the season but I am not going down that route.
“We have been on a really strong run and I want to keep that going until the end of the season. I am not planning many changes.
“It will be a difficult game to win as Annan have been very strong in the second half of the season.
“They are in the play-offs but I do not think they will play with one eye on them. They will be looking to build momentum up so we need to be at the level we have been at recently to do anything.
“The games between us this season have been tight but we had a good win down there earlier in the season. We will look to get another one.”
As well as looking for his team to keep delivering Bollan is hoping that striker David Cox will maintain his scoring form, with the Central Park boss saying: “I thought we were well worthy of our win at Stirling last weekend. We created good chances in the first half but could not get a goal.
“However, in the second half David came up with a great winner directly from a free-kick. He is on fire just now and that was his fourth goal in four games which is great going.
“We had won our two previous games which had been at home and the players were set the challenge to show that they could replicate that success on the road and David’s goal did that.
“All the players have been asked to do is to do it again.”
Jason Talbot is the only absentee with the full-back still suffering from a knee injury.