Cove’s 50-goal hitman Mitch Megginson has faith the goals will come in the second leg of their League Two play-off final.
The Granite City team endured a frustrating afternoon in the first leg at Harlaw Park and are unlucky not to be heading to Cowdenbeath’s Central Park on Saturday well ahead in the tie.
Megginson, who has scored half a century this term in all competitions – more than double the Blue Brazil’s league tally, said: “We had a few (chances) in the first half, and a few in the second half.
“We’re going to create chances in this team with the players we have. It’s just unfortunate they didn’t fall for us, but they will.
“You can’t say it’s a bad result, we’re in the tie.
“We’ve got another 90 minutes, we’re not a goal down, it’s 0-0 like when we started.
“We’ve got another 90 minutes to get the goal and get the win.”
Megginson, who put two efforts over Beath keeper David McGurn’s bar late on, was on the end of some rough treatment in the first half as the visitors subdued Cove’s free-flowing style.
Saturday is not only the biggest game in Cove’s history, but is huge for the Blue Brazil – a fixture of the Scottish leagues for 113 years.
Of their physicality, which is epitomised by unorthodox no9 Jordyn Sheerin, Megginson said: “They’re fighting for their lives. Every team I’ve come up against at the bottom have been like that.
“They’re going to be physical, they’re going to put their bodies on the line and kick us off the park to try to stop us playing.
“It’s coming, we’re just going to have to deal with that on Saturday.”
Cove Rangers Supporters’ Club are trying to gauge interest in sending a second bus to Central Park on Saturday.
Contact the club through their Facebook page before tomorrow.