East Fife head to Airdrie this afternoon with manager Darren Young determined that the Bayview men stop being their own worst enemy.
Darren Young admitted the Fifers only had themselves to blame after they dropped two points at Bayview.
Darren Young said his side never gave themselves a chance after losing another early goal at Ayr.
Forfar will not be going into today’s decisive play-off final second leg at Peterhead with a ‘what we have, we hold’ mentality.
Dick Campbell has set high standards for his Arbroath players and he won’t be slow in letting them know when they fall short of them.
Despite a battling performance for 75 minutes, having played the match with 10 men, Forfar Athletic went down fighting in this foot-of-the-table clash.
East Fife boss Darren Young sounded a warning to Saturday’s opponents Queen’s Park, saying his confident side can’t wait to turn on the style at Hampden.
Arbroath manager Dick Campbell had no complaints after Stranraer condemned the Lichties to their fourth home defeat of the season at Gayfield on Saturday.
Raith’s Iain Davidson admits being a full-time team is a big factor in the blistering start the club have made to their League 1 campaign.
Raith boss Barry Smith has revealed he is hoping to bring Kevin McHattie back to the club.