Largs Thistle are looking to get back to winning ways tonight versus Benburb in their first home league match of the season in the Premier League, 7pm kick-off.

Both Benburb and this Saturday's opponents Rutherglen were promoted from Division One. 
Boss Stuart Davidson said: “I am not surprised that Benburb got off to a good start in the league as they chased Rutherglen all the way last season — they are both good sides.
“We have a completely new team from last season and maybe still need another couple of players to round things off, but generally I was pleased with the effort shown against Irvine Meadow in a game which could have gone either 
Davidson, who celebrated his 40th birthday at the weekend, added: “It is tough for the boys having so many games at once, but the good thing about having a young squad is that they can recover quicker.
“They are young and fit and want to be playing games rather than training.”
Looking back at the Meadow match, Davidson said: “Irvine scored a great opening goal but I was really pleased with the way the boys reacted, and I had seen enough by half-time to see that we have a good team which can compete in the Premiership.
“We did alright in the second half but we gave away quite a cheap goal.” 
“We had a couple of good chances to score and the boys kept trying but it wasn’t to be.
“I think there were plenty of positives to take from the game given there has been big changes in the team, and we go again tonight against Benburb.”