Thistle host Glenafton on Saturday in their penultimate league match of the season tomorrow.

It is a 2pm kick-off.

Striker Scott Adam pulled up with a leg injury last week at Talbot, and was taken off as a precaution, while Paul Harkins is also struggling with injury.
Keeper Danny Farrell had hurt his hip and missed out on Saturday as a precaution.

Largs Thistle assistant boss Martin Crawford is looking forward to tomorrow's game.
"They have some decent athletic boys," said Crawford, "particularly at the back and they win their headers. 
"They are stronger down the right hand side which is what they will aim for.
"But there is nothing that worries me and I believe we can get more than we did the last time when we drew at New Loch Park."

Ben Black scored a leveller against Glenafton in the last meeting between the teams (see above).
Crawford added: "The top half of the Premier League is very competitive but I have not seen anyone who is a top footballing side other than when we play on our day."
In terms of league business, Largs are now guaranteed to finish in the top half of the table.

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