Kennoway Star Hearts face arguably the biggest game of their fledgling junior life when they travel to Blairgowrie on Saturday.
The Treaton Park side, who has lost their last two away matches before beating Forfar Albion 2-1 on Saturday, go into the game sitting in second place in the McBookie.com North Division.
However, they are there on goal difference only, just the three better off than Saturday’s hosts.
Both sides sit equal second on 46 points behind runaway leaders Dundee North End.
The club has called for a final push to help secure promotion and cap a remarkable first season in the junior ranks.
Elsewhere in the North Division Thornton Hibs travel to play struggling Lochee Harp.
Craig Gilbert’s men remain in mid-table in the same league as Kennoway and will have their eyes on rounding their season off with a couple of wins.
At the weekend Hibs were comfortable 2-0 winners at home over East Craigie.
Glenrothes welcome second bottom side Livingston United to Warout Stadium in the East Premier League.
Glens, too, find themselves sitting in mid-table in their league but know a couple of wins could see them hit fifth.
At the weekend Glens were held 1-1 at home by Bathgate.
All matches kick off at 2.30 p.m.