Buckie Thistle boss Graeme Stewart doesn’t want his side to get caught up in the bright lights when they face Bonnyrigg Rose tonight.
The Scottish Cup second-round tie between the Highland and Lowland League leaders is being beamed live by BBC Scotland.
While a television appearance is good for the club and the Highland League, Stewart doesn’t want his players to be overawed by the occasion.
He said: “We’re trying not to think too much about the game being on TV.
“Everybody is probably a bit excited about it, but the players need to try to compose themselves and not be overawed because that’s when mistakes can be made.
“It is exciting and it’s a really good opportunity to show everyone how good the Highland League is. But as a team we don’t want to get too caught up in it.
“Bonnyrigg are a very good side and are the favourites being at home, but if we play at our best we have a chance.”