LARGS Thistle manager Stuart Davidson has urged his players to make it six of the best when they take on Cumnock in a crunch encounter to avoid the drop.

Following their narrow 1-0 win over Cumbernauld United on Saturday, Thistle jumped from 17th position to 13th to their highest placing so far.
And with five wins in a row in all competitions, Davidson wants his team to continue their impressive form at the 3G at Townhead Park.
It is a ground which brings back good memories from earlier this season when Largs triumphed in the Scottish Cup on penalties.
Davidson hopes his players keep up their impressive form this weekend as they aim for a sixth consecutive victory.
He said: "I have to give the boys credit for their energy, desire and pressing which was brilliant at times, and that put a lot of pressure on Cumbernauld in the second half.
"Cumnock have good players and they have Brian McGinty in now as manager who did a great job at Irvine Meadow so they will be very well organised.
"Getting the win on Saturday was important as it keeps our good run going which is particularly important given we had the festive break now, so we have no excuses going forward now."
"It would have been good to get the second but the boys showed their energy and their fitness after the break and I can only applaud that.
"This weekend, we need to start better than we did against Cumbernauld last week."
Largs have an injury concern over influential defender Connor McGoldrick who had to hobble off on Saturday, while Craig Forbes also picked up an injury and had to leave the field early.
Davidson hopes both players make a recovery in time for the trip to Cumnock and defender Cory Hughes has also returned to the fray after a long injury lay-off, although Keir Milliken is still absent after his injury sustained against Hurlford in November.
Davidson was delighted to get over the finishing line with a hard-fought win on Saturday.
He said: "Although we beat Cumbernauld 4-0 earlier in the season, sometimes you get results like that, and we know they are a good side and there wasn't a big difference between the teams on Saturday.
"Cumbernauld started better and were on top for the first half hour but we actually told the boys beforehand that there are going to be spells when it is not going your way.
"It is making sure you don't panic and you keep calm and make sure you don't lose goals in that spell and eventually it will turn.
"In the end I thought we deserved to win.
"In terms of the winning penalty, it was great endeavour from Sean McLeod to get down down the right-hand side and he cut a good ball back across for Jack Haggerty. He got in behind the defender who was caught on his blind side.
"Penalties aren't guaranteed goals but Will stepped up and showed his bottle to score.
"It is not the goals with Will, it is the all round work-rate.
"He is just a pest and has that energy and fitness. He is clever as well and on top of that he is a great goalscorer and we are very pleased with him.
"We had to make some early substitutions with Craig Forbes getting injured first, and Simon McBryde replaced him and did well.
"Big Connor has taken a sore one and we have had to put Brad Gray on in right back and shifted George Sewell into central defence.
"I felt we had to change the shape of our team as Cumbernauld had changed theirs and it was causing a bit of problems.
"I don't think Cumbernauld should have got that late chance, and that was nothing to do with our team.
"I will take 1-0 wins every week between now and the end of the season. 
"It keeps our good winning run going - and that is particularly important given we were coming back after the break, and now we want to build on that."