Forfar boss Dick Campbell admits something will have to give when his side meet Dunfermline in the second round of the Petrofac Cup tonight at Station Park.
The Angus team approach the game having won their opening four fixtures including Saturday’s league encounter with Albion Rovers, keeping clean sheets in each match so far.
Allan Johnston’s Pars side have also won their opening four games with a 4-1 result being followed by a 5-1, 6-1 and then a magnificent 7-1 against Cowdenbeath at the weekend.
Campbell is determined that run of victories by ever-increasing scorelines will come to a shuddering halt tonight.
However, the manager as ever is more concerned about his own side rather than the opposition and he revealed he has a big decision to make about whether to change his winning formation.
He said: “We have made a good start but I am not going to fall into the trap of saying we will do this or that this season.
“However, it is pleasing that we have four wins and four clean sheets so far.
“No goals against is as important as the ones we have scored.
“It was another good performance on Saturday against Albion Rovers.
“Big Rab Douglas didn’t really have a save to make and we scored four good goals.
“I was delighted for young Kerr Hay, who netted two, showing great composure.
“To be fair, he was top scorer for our Development side last season and it is a natural progression for him coming into the senior side.
“However, I don’t feel he is ready to start just yet.
“I have had the same side for the opening four games but I have a big decision to make for the Dunfermline match.
“I have to make my mind up on whether to change a couple of things as I have a full squad to choose from.
“I don’t like talking about the opposition but like us, Dunfermline have made a good start and something will have to give at Station Park hopefully with us in the next round of the cup.”