St Johnstone skipper Jason Kerr believes they can end their away-day drought in Paisley.
Saints are without a league win on the road since way back on December 29, 2018, when they beat Dundee 2-0 at Dens Park.
There is no time like the present to put that right, according to Kerr, and that means getting the three points against fellow strugglers St Mirren tomorrow.
He said: “In the past, we have been good away from home so it is disappointing.
“I can’t really put my finger on why we are not winning on the road.
“Saturday is a great chance for us to put that bad record right and I feel like we will do that.
“The fans are not going to be going home happy with just good performances.
“We need to get three points and repay them for coming out in their numbers.
“I would actually say there is more pressure when at home, that’s the way I look at it.
“Against the likes of Celtic, you’re not expected to win through there.
“Against St Mirren, with no disrespect, we should be expected to get the three points.
“We put in a good performance against Ross County but were disappointed not to get the win. It was a good performance on which to build.
“I think we need to get that win on Saturday to put the fans’ nerves at ease. It’s going to be a tough match.
“It can cramped on that pitch but we’ll be looking to get the three points.”
If the McDiarmid men can get their first victory of the league campaign, Kerr would love to see bottom-placed Saints shoot tight back up the table.
He added: “If you do get that first win you should really be looking to go on a run.
“It happened last season when we went on a six-game winning streak.
“I feel if we get the win this time it can lead us onto a good season.”
Saints boss Tommy Wright certainly thinks his team can triumph in Paisley.
He said: “It is a winnable game.
“I haven’t seen St Mirren live this season but I have watched loads of footage of them.
“They look well drilled and a team with a better defensive unit than they had last year.
“They haven’t conceded many goals.
“They will probably be looking for improvement at the other end of the pitch, where they haven’t scored many goals.”