It is the battle of the 'old heads' against the young blood of Largs this weekend as Thistle take on Cumbernauld United who include 42 year old veteran striker Robbie Winters in their squad.
It is a 2pm kick-off at Barrfields Park, and 'Theesel' boss Stuart Davidson believes his side will step up to the challenge as they bid for their second consecutive victory in the promotion push
Stuart said: " Cumbernauld have got some great experience throughout their side, so they will have that to help them, but we have the young squad with the energy to combat it. Cumbernauld got a good 3-2 win against Rutherglen so we have to be ready."

Robbie Winters pictured below.

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"The players have shown they can battle - the Shettleston and Larkhall games were good examples of that. I thought the boys showed some great character on Saturday to come back from a goal down against Kello Rovers.
"I thought we started the game well again, and we were on top for the first 15 minutes, but we went downhill after that and became a bit slack and nervy, maybe due to the fact that we had had some good opportunities and it didn't happen for us. At one point I thought it wasn't going to be our day, but the boys played some of their best football in that 15 minute spell and came through it. We are still a work in progress, but I have a great belief in the boys, and what we are capable of.
"The style of play that led to the goals is something that we have been working on at training."
Looking at the season to date, Stuart said: "The players do deserve a bit of credit as this is a hard league, and although some teams have gone on an unbeaten run, everyone goes through a sticky patch at some stage. Sometimes in a game, it is just about picking the right option in the final third that can make all the difference.
"That equalising goal gave the boys a lot of belief and another thing was that the boys' fitness showed through. The three goals all came about through good hold up play from Scott Adam, and Laurie McMaster played a big part in it, and Muiry and Gary Fleming were both had the desire to get there. Fish was not in the kind of place we want to see him in the last minute when we are just 2-1 up, but fair play to him, he took his goal really well!"
The Thistle boss also had praise for Ross Lundy who carried on in Saturday with an ankle ligament injury and made an important to save to keep the score at 1-0, with Sean Graham ready to return against Cumbernauld. Creag Little is suspended for the next two games, and midfielder Stephen Burden is on holiday. It was bad news for winger Ryan McKie though who broke down on training on Monday and it looks like he will require a knee scan.
* Thanks to all fans, players and friends who made Saturday's night's Race Night a success - a total of £1263.70 was raised for the club. Thanks go to all the businesses who donated fantastic raffle prizes, and for all the volunteers who contributed to a successful evening.