Raith Rovers manager Grant Murray is refusing to get carried away after his side racked up their third straight league win at the weekend.
Fresh from taking maximum points at Dumbarton, Cowdenbeath manager Jimmy Nicholl has challenged his players to do likewise against another one of their fellow strugglers this afternoon.
Cowdenbeath are hopeful that on-loan Partick Thistle defender Darren Brownlie will soon be over his hamstring injury and be back to help out their fight against relegation.
Cowdenbeath were dealt a blow when they learned that Kilmarnock will be recalling experienced midfielder James Fowler when his current loan deal with the Fifers runs out next week.
Grant Murray admitted his side’s failure to get out of the blocks quickly cost them any chance of taking three points against Hamilton.
ThisS was Cowdenbeath’s fifth consecutive home defeat and it left manager Jimmy Nicholl thinking that he will have to change the style of play to get results.
Raith Rovers defender Craig Barr could be in line for a first team call-up against Falkirk tomorrow after coming through 90 minutes in midweek.