Striker Rory McAllister has backed Peterhead to end their bad run against Stenhousemuir and win promotion to League One.
The Blue Toon face the Warriors in the play-off final with the first leg at Ochilview tonight and the return at Balmoor on Saturday.
In the last eight meetings with Stenny, the Buchan side have won only once and been beaten on six occasions.
But talismanic attacker McAllister claims that record counts for little ahead of the final and he believes the Blue Toon will end their barren run against Stenny.
The 30-year-old said: “They’ll be thinking they can beat us because they’ve battered us a few times over the last few seasons.
“But it’s two cup finals and if we turn up I think we’ll beat them.
“We finished 22 points ahead of them in the league, although that doesn’t matter too much. I just think if we turn up in the two games we’ll get there.
“I don’t think that comes into it too much.
“It’s two games, we want to go down and get a decent result down there and then take them back to Balmoor on Saturday and hopefully get over the line.”
The last time Peterhead faced Stenny was on March 13. They were beaten 2-1 at home and manager Jim McInally described it as their worst performance of the season.
Since then the Blue Toon have come a long way, and eight wins in a row mean they head into the final in better form and full of confidence.
McAllister added: “I think we’ve kicked on since then. It was a game where we defended poorly early on and we were 2-0 down before we really got going.
“I think we’ll be all right, I fancy us to go down there, get a decent result and then finish them off at home.
“We’ve won eight on the spin, so we’ve got to take confidence from that.”
McAllister was hugely disappointed Peterhead were unable to win League Two and gain automatic promotion.
They were pipped to the title by Montrose, who finished a point ahead.
The hitman, who has bagged 32 goals this term, insists it’s up to the players to put things right by sealing a return to League One.
He said: “Hopefully we can go up because we deserve to be up there.
“I think as a club we need to be up there, we’re too good for League Two and we should have won it this year. Over the season, we lost too many silly points. We should have been champions.
“Now it’s up to us to go and get the club back where it should be.
“You have to get over that (missing out on the title) and concentrate on the play-offs. we deserve to be up there and hopefully we can go and do it.
“We played well in the semi-final against Stirling Albion (winning 4-0 on aggregate) and we’re all pleased to get a crack at going up through the play-offs.”