Formartine United boss Kris Hunter expects a difficult match against Turriff United tomorrow.
United travel to the Haughs after a confidence-boosting midweek win over Rothes.
Wednesday’s 6-1 victory at North Lodge Park was a welcome return to form for the club after last weekend’s 5-1 mauling by Cove Rangers.
Following these results Formartine sit fourth in the Highland League a point behind Cove, three points off second placed Brora Rangers and eight points behind table-toppers Buckie Thistle.
And boss Hunter knows it won’t be easy to build momentum in the league as they look for back-to-back wins against Turra.
He said: “It’s going to be a hard game at Turriff, it always is.
“But we’ll gauge it and see if we’ve got to make changes or not because it will be a different kind of game against Turriff.”
The former Fraserburgh and Turriff manager also revealed that no players will be leaving the Pitmedden club just yet after indicating some may be heading for the exit door following the Cove defeat.
Hunter said: “There are no developments. I’ll make changes when I see fit.
“I made changes for the Rothes game and we got a good reaction and a good performance from a lot of players, so nobody can argue with the changes,” said Hunter.
Meanwhile, Turriff goalkeeper Kevin Main wants to see his team build on their 3-2 win over Keith on Wednesday and start to move up the league.
Ross Jack’s men sit ninth after an erratic start, taking 12 points from their first eight games. And Main, who saved a penalty against Keith on Wednesday, insists they have to start winning games now.
He said: “At Turriff we expect to win every game, so this one will be no different.
“We’ll go out there and try to get the three points and we need to climb the table, so we’ll be going for the win.
“We’ve had tough games but really we should be pushing on.
“We’re down on points from last year, but we just have to try to win as many games as we can and try to climb the table.”