St Andrews United go in to their home Mcbookie.com Super League clash with Camelon looking to get back to winning ways.
Saturday’s 2-0 defeat to Fauldhouse United saw Saints drop three places with Broughty Athletic, Musselburgh and Fauldhouse themselves, climbing above Phil McGuire’s side.
But McGuire is confident, providing his side keep to his game plan.
“gain we have to work hard in training and identify weaknesses and where we can win the game,” said the Saints boss.
“Camelon are an experienced team and will prove very difficult indeed.
“Work rate, desire and application will have to be matched and we must be brave to get on the ball and make passes.
“Working together as a team will take us far and not as individuals.
“It is a game I am looking forward to and know if I get what I will ask for then we wont be too far off.”
Looking back to Saturday’s defeat McGuire said his side had lacked the commitment needed to get a result.
“It is something that has not happened often,” he conceded.
“In terms of work-rate, for me that is a given and you can have a bad game but work rate and desire are fundamentals.
“Players should still be able to contribute if it’s a bad day at the office, whether it’s tackling, communication or driving a team on but on Saturday we got nothing of that which was extremely disappointing.”