Thistle are looking to get their second league win of the season as they face up to a stern test in unbeaten Hurlford United on Saturday.
Both sides were involved in a number of close encounters last year including a two legged Scottish Cup semi final in which Largs triumphed.
It is a 2pm kick-off at Barrfields.
It is, of course, a new look Thistle team this season and two of Thistle's new signings were on the scoresheet - Blair McIntyre and Ross Love - as they defeated Benburb last Wednesday evening.
Last season's top scorer Scott Adam rounded off the comeback with a stylish back heel winner.
Thistle boss Stuart Davidson said: "Hurlford are always a tough proposition.
"Their manager Darren Henderson will have them well drilled and we know how tight they games were between us last season.
"It will be a different game this time round with the new players involved."
Thistle's match against Rutherglen last Saturday was postponed due to a flooded pitch.
"I was delighted to get the three points against Benburb.
"After narrowly losing out at Irvine Meadow where we should have got a point, it was important to get the win.
"Performance wise we got off to a great start with a terrific goal from Blair McIntyre who is a real talent to watch for the future.
"We were lucky enough to get him and he provides great energy and determination, and has very good technical ability as shown with his goal.
After the goal though, we seemed to down tools and I don't know what happened to us on the lead up to half-time
"We made some changes at half-time and pushed Paul Harkins into midfield, pictured.
"It has not been ideal playing Paul in defence but that was the situation which we have been faced with as we had no other option.
"We had some words with the boys at half-time and it was a much better display in the second half.
"The boys themselves know it wasn't good enough before half-time, and wanted to go out and rectify things which is what they did.
"Benburb are a good team and I think they will do well in this league."
And some Thistle fans did a double take when Ross Love got off to a great debut by scoring within minutes of coming off the bench for the Largs equaliser versus Benburb.
This is because he has a passing resemblance to defender Nicky Jamieson who left for Queen's Park after seven seasons at Largs.
Davidson said: "Ross is on loan from Ayr United and he is young. It is good of him to help us out and we are eager to help him in his progress.
"He will also be playing for Ayr reserves, and playing in the Premier League will be good for his progress.
"Ross was determined to get his goal and both he and John Mitchell got a clean sheet in the second half against Benburb.
"John Mitchell was with Stranraer and is an ex Morton man. He didn't play as much last season and hurt his shoulder pre-season - and was only just back from holiday.
"But we felt we had to gamble at half-time last week and it paid off. "
Davidson received credit for changing the squad around and bringing in substitutions, but said; "The team deserve great credit too - they had a better attitude in the second half and there was more fire in their bellies.
"I felt we weren't winning enough headers in the first half.
"The players deserve credit for fighting back and getting the win."