Largs Thistle face a testing away trip against Rob Roy on Saturday.

Manager Stuart Davidson has guided the club into the top half of the Premier League following a 2-2 draw at Cambuslang. 
However, a glance at the table shows that teams below Largs have games in hand, and Thistle need to go on a good run.
The gaffer said: "It was fair result but the disappointment is that we went ahead twice against Camuslang and we didn't see it out.
"Getting the second goal again so soon after their equaliser was a boost and what you want to see - and you are thinking go and see the game out.
"We score twice on a park like that away from home - you want to make sure you win the game and we haven't done that.
"Overall looking at the conditions the point is fair and we will take it."
There was anger from the Thistle management after midfielder Dario Nimmo suffered a knee injury after a bad challenge midway through the first half which only resulted in a caution.

Davidson said: "It should have been a red card - the Cambuslang boy played the ball and then went through Dario intentionally. 
"You used to get away with that in the olden days but you are not allowed to do that now. He has put our player in danger and he is going to be out for a long time now. 
"You are going to see tackles but the referee has to clamp down on it and make sure nobody gets it hurt and unfortunately we had somebody hurt."
It was better news on influential winger Sean McLeod who came off injured in the second half after he suffered a recurrence of a hamstring injury and was taken off as a precaution and should be able to feature against Rob Roy.
Davidson said: "Sean's hamstring was feeling a bit tight in the second half so we took him off as a precaution.
The boss added: "We changed the shape when Dario went off and we went to 4-3-3 and it worked a lot better and we had a bit more width and it worked a lot more better for us
"I thought the middle third of the game we played really well and could have scored more but then we lost the goal.
"I don't think we didn't defend well enough for the goals.
"Their boy ran through for the first goal and while it was a good goal from the Cambuslang's point of view but we let him run at us and take the shot with nobody trying to block.
"After moving 2-1 up, we should have held on.
"I was pleased with David Ramsay - he was linking up well, getting his body in the way, and making good runs, and he deserved his goal."
The Largs manager still reckoned there were plenty of positives from Largs on the day and while it is now four points out of six on the road, he would have preferred all six.
Looking towards the Rob Roy game, Davidson said: "We lost to them at Barrfields earlier this season so we will definitely be looking at trying to put that right."
Speaking about the surprise sale of midfielder George Sewell to Cumnock, Davidson said: "George has been great for this club. Cumnock contacted me and George was keen to take up the opportunity. Cumnock matched what Largs were looking for and we wish him good luck.
"I will be trying to use some of that money to boost the squad but it has got to the right kind of players."
Next Game: January 14 - Rob Roy, Guy's Meadow, Cumbernauld, 1.30pm kick-off.
* Largs Thistle Amateurs had an excellent start to the new year with a 1-0 home victory over Kilmarnock AFC at Barrfields Stadium with the man of the match Jamie McLaren who was goalscorer on the day.