Cowdenbeath head to Albion Rovers tonight for their re-arranged Ladbrokes League One clash in the midst of their best spell of form this season.
Saturday’s 3-0 win over Brechin extended their unbeaten run to four games.
Despite their success at the weekend, player-manager Colin Nish is looking for more from his side.
He said: “It was a good result but we can play a lot better than we did.
“The way Brechin set up and the way we reacted to it ended up making the game a bit of a long ball battle. Whilst it was great to grind out a win and keep a clean sheet we know that we can play better football than we did.
“We will need to play well, and differently, as Albion Rovers are a good side who are very useful at sitting in defensively and a side who will eat up high balls at them all day.
“They have done really well since being promoted as their performance at Ayr at the weekend showed.
“They ran the league leaders close before losing 1-0, but we have an increased confidence about us.”
Brad Donaldson and Gordon Smith are injury doubts, while new signing Fraser Kerr is suspended. John Armstrong, Jack Beaumont and Lewis Milne are all out through injury.
Rovers can move back ahead of Airdrie in the play-off pack if they can win, with player-manager Darren Young asking his men to take confidence from their display at Somerset Park despite their defeat.
Young said: “No one expected us to do anything at the home of the league leaders but we pushed them all the way. We lost a soft goal but apart from that the players should be pleased with how they played.”
Rovers striker John Gemmell, a former Cowdenbeath player, is suspended.
There will be a pitch inspection at Cliftonhill at 2pm.