Fraserburgh assistant manager James Duthie wants to learn from last season when they face Keith tomorrow.
The Maroons visit Bellslea with the Broch looking to keep up the pressure on league leaders Cove Rangers with a victory.
In this fixture last season, Fraserburgh led 1-0 and missed a number of chances to secure the win before Keith hit back with two second-half goals from Cammy Keith.
Duthie, who is No 2 to Mark Cowie, doesn’t want a repeat and said: “They play some decent stuff and when we played them at Kynoch Park at the start of the season, it was a decent game.
“They are making progress from where they were last season. Dean Donaldson and Jamie Lennox and the rest of the coaching staff are making progress.
“We have a poor record against them at Bellslea in recent years and there will be no complacency from us.
“We won’t be taking anything for granted. We’ll need to turn up and play at our best or we will come unstuck.
“In the game last season, we missed a heap of chances that day – they weren’t just half chances, they were really good chances.
“We were made to pay for it by Keith and with Cammy Keith in the other team you have always got to be concentrating because he just needs one chance and it’s a goal.”
The Broch are without Ryan Christie, Gary Harris, Willie West, Jamie Beagrie, Marc Dickson and Kieran Simpson due to injury.