Cambuslang Rangers manager Alan Wardlaw says his side are facing their toughest away day of the season this Saturday.
Subject to the weather, the Lang will make the trip to Kingshill Park to face Forth Wanderers, who are currently a point behind them in the Central District second division.
Saturday’s impressive win over Rossvale lifted the Lang into second in the table, but they have now played a game more than Saturday’s scheduled opponents.
The Lang know it will be a tough side with their opponents doing so well in the league.
Alan said: “This is going to be a real toughie, and at the start of the season I always said this would be our most difficult game of the season.
“They always have a really heavy pitch, and that’s been the cast again this season as they’ve already had four games at home cancelled this season.
“However, with the weather the way it is at the moment, I don’t know if it’s going to go ahead, unless there’s a break in the weather.
“But we will maintain our preparations in the full expectation that it’s going to go ahead.
“Our focus is very much on this game. We have already said to the guys that it will be a big ask to come back with anything from Forth, but one thing we’re starting to grow now is some real confidence.
“We want to keep going forward - we’ve had three wins on the spin now, and want to make it four, and if we play the way we did last Saturday, that’s perfectly possible.”
The Lang will travel into deepest South Lanarkshire with virtually a full squad to choose from.
Alan added: “Everybody should be fit - Phil McCabe is back after his injury which we thought would rule him out for the season, but turned out not to be so serious, and Brian Smith will be in contention.
“We also have our new signings, Paul Mulholland, Danny Simpson and John McFarlane, so there’s plenty of competition for places in the starting line-up.”