Queen’s Park boss Gardner Speirs is looking ahead to Saturday’s game against Elgin, as he hopes his side can continue their recent good form.
A 3-2 win against Annan on Saturday makes it two wins on the trot for Queen’s, and sees them firmly in the promotion places in the third division table.
Queen’s were due to play Clyde at Broadwood last night (Tuesday), but the playing surface at Broadwood failed an 11.15am pitch inspection.
The bitter overnight frost put paid to the fixture, and a new date for the game has yet to be confirmed
However Saturday’s game against Elgin at Hampden will surely be one of the toughest games of the season for Gardner’s men, as the visitors come fresh from their win over Clyde on Saturday.
Gardner said: “The league’s as bunched up as I’ve seen it. All the teams and capable of beating each other.
“Elgin are going well, their second, are scoring a lot of goal sand are high in confidence.
“It’s going to be an extremely tough game, but we’ve been playing well recently so we’ll be confident too.
“I’m sure if we play as well as we can and stick to our plan we’ll be fine.”
The squad should be relatively injury free for the game against Elgin, although midfielder Michael Keenan maybe a doubt.
Gardner added: “Michael Keenan got a bad knock on Saturday, it was a dead leg so we’ll have to see how he is.
“Fingers crossed he’ll be available on Saturday but we’ll just have to wait and see.”
Queen’s have also announced the continuation of their popular Da Vinci programme.
Twenty players from the QP youth squads will be heading off for the football experience of a lifetime in January .
The youngsters, along with members of the youth coaching team and other backroom staff, will swop the Scottish winter for some Spanish sunshine.
But this will be no holiday as they will be taking part in a two-week training camp at the Oliva Nova complex.
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