Peterhead are aiming to make it a hat-trick of wins against Annan Athletic this season.
But Blue Toon boss Jim McInally is still wary of the threat posed by the Black and Golds.
The pair clash for the third time this season at Balmoor tomorrow.
The Buchan outfit have won the first two games, 2-1 at Galabank on the opening day of the League Two season and 2-0 in the Irn-Bru Cup second round at Balmoor.
Despite their good record McInally, whose team are third in the league table six points behind leaders Stirling Albion, is still wary of Annan.
He said: “We know what they’re about, we know their strengths, we know their weaknesses.
“Knowledge is good, we need to be aware of their aerial threat from set pieces.
“They’ve got a wee striker who works his tail off up front, Aidan Smith, he scores a few goals as well.
“He’s quite a handful as well. We know enough about them, and they know enough about us.
“So maybe they’ll change the way they play a wee bit.
“It’s a big game, with Stirling Albion play-ing Stenhousemuir it would be nice to win knowing that somebody is going to cut somebody else up.
“I’ve got a lot of respect for Annan, I think they are a decent team.
“They have already taken points off of teams. They should have beaten Stirling Albion at Stirling.
“Even playing them down there, Jamie Stevenson scored a wondergoal for us to win the game.
“We know what they are capable of.
“Our away form is outstanding, but we need to try to make our home form like that.
“We realise it’s different because of the way teams come and set up but we need to overcome that.”
Peterhead welcome back defender Mason Robertson from injury. Midfielder Simon Ferry also returns after missing last week’s game on Clyde’s artificial pitch.
But Marc Lawrence is still injured and Jamie Stevenson is struggling with a calf strain.