Forfar manager Gary Bollan is looking for his relegation-threatened side to bounce back from their first defeat in four games.
The Loons lost 2-1 at Stenhousemuir last weekend and have a tough task if they want to get back on track for League One safety, as next up at Station Park today are promotion-chasing Peterhead.
Bollan said: “I had spoken about the need for consistency, however our performance level dropped last week at Ochilview. We did not deserve to lose however we did not play as well as we could and paid the price.
“We managed to get level with less than 10 minutes to go and we were on the ascendency. I thought that we would go on and win but we were sloppy in defence and went behind again.
“We simply have to be switched on for the full game against Peterhead’s attack. They have a really big game next weekend when they face Rangers in the Petrofac Cup Final but they still have plenty to play for in the league.
“They may also feel that they have a point to prove after losing their long unbeaten run to Cowdenbeath last weekend.
“They will be looking to get back to winning ways as quickly as possible and we need to match that and more.”
Bollan added: “It was disappointing to slip back last weekend, however there are still 15 points available. We aim to win them all starting against Peterhead.”
The Station Park boss lists the same squad as last week with Michael Dunlop, Euan Spark and Michael Travis ruled out, and both Iain Campbell and Bryan Hodge struggling with knocks.