Cambuslang Rangers hope to keep their good run going with a trip to Forth Wanderers this Saturday.
The Lang have won eight games in a row, and will be hoping for a ninth, when they face the mid-table outfit.
But boss Alan Wardlaw says it won’t be easy as the opposition are one of the sides he rates as a rival for promotion at the end of the season.
“This weekend we’re really just looking to come back with a win - it’s certainly not going to be a huge scoreline like last Saturday. I’m fully expecting a tight game, and if we can come back with something, I’ll be more than delighted.
“They have had a wee hiccup in recent weeks - I thought they would be up there challenging for promotion, as they are more than capable of it. They were beaten 3-0 at home by Maryhill last week, and drew 4-4 with Johnstone Burgh at the weekend.
“We’ve got to go there looking to get at least a point on the board.
“If we go there and play the way we did on Saturday, I’m quite confident we can come back with something. But there’s plenty of inconsistency in there, as junior football is really difficult to predict.
“I have a suspicion this game will be quite similar to the Vale of Leven one, as it’s going to be a game where we have to roll up our sleeves, and dig deep.”
The management team look set to make a few changes to the team, as they go for horses for courses.
Alan added: “It’s great winning 7-0 at home, but you’ve got to be able to beat everyone in the league. It’s alright getting three points against Royal Albert, no disrespect to them, but you’ve got to be able to beat the other sides with a chance of promotion.
“We know on Saturday we won’t have the same levels of possession, so we’ll pick the team according to the opposition, rather than the same-old, same-old.
“The guys in the team appreciate that they have to look at the bigger picture, and we have to take into consideration the right team for the right game. The squad mentality is switched on, though.”