Thistle boss Stuart Davidson has pulled no punches after Saturday's shock defeat at home to Kilbirnie - and has demanded his players to stand up and be counted for this Saturday's massive clash at Blantyre.

Largs have only one won league game in ten - and the manager known as Arnie let rip after Saturday's dismal defeat to North Ayrshire rivals Kilbirnie.
It has been a testing time for Largs who sit in the lower reaches of the PDM Buildbase West Scotland Premier League.
Blantyre are below Largs in the table and suffered a 3-0 defeat to Cumnock.
Davidson said: "It was not good enough against Kilbirnie - and I am looking for a big reaction from our players.
"I need to see first of all who comes into training with the right attitude and who goes about their business the right away.
"The situation we are in just now we need guys who really care about the club and really fight for the team.
"We can't carry any passengers and I thought we had a couple against Ladeside.
"Blantyre is a very tough place to go to and we need to be up for it.
"I think some people need to look at their attitudes a little bit. I told the players at half-time versus Kilbirnie. not to feel sorry for themselves, but instead, showed their frustrations didn't concentrate on the task at hand, and I feel quite bad about it."
Simon McBryde has made some progress and may feature this Saturday but skipper Scott Adam is still struggling while defender George Sewell need a hernia operation and still has shoulder problems, so is expected to be out for a while.
Looking back at the Ladeside defeat, Arnie siad: "It kind of summed up our season so far.
"There have been too many points dropped at home. And performance wise we showed some decent stuff but ten minutes of madness when we switched off.
"To be fair to Kilbirnie they made two early changes, and altered their system, and by the time we had reacted to it they had battered in three goals.
"But it was poor from us. 
"For parts of the game we played very well and we went a goal ahead, and then we lose three goals and we give ourselves a mountain a climb.
"After that we did alright, and sometimes it happens you go behind but it is what you do after it which counts, and we didn't do enough.
"I was a bit taken aback there was no second half comeback.
"For Kilbirnie's third goal, Cory cleared it off the line - we have three defenders and a goalie and they managed to get a goal out of it, and to me it was bad defending.
"Their first goal their man gets down the line far too easily and nobody picks up the attacker, and although their second goal was a fluke, but nobody closed him down."
With Largs looking vulnerable defensively after taking the lead against Rob Roy, Larkhall and Kilbirnie, Davidson said: "I am not going to single out the defence -the whole team must defend better.
"We can score goals but we need to win games. First and foremost we need to defend as a team - there has been a lack of concentration at times and we need to give our all over the 90 minutes.
"We need to take our chances at the other end as that also takes pressure off all round."
Largs have been drawn to play Cumnock or Glenafton away in the Scottish Cup.
Arnie responded; "It doesn't matter if it is home of away, we have shown we are capable of getting results.
"However, we need to pick up points in the league first and foremost, and that is all I am concerned about and the cup will take care of itself when it comes round."