Thistle boss Stuart Davidson believes this weekend's big home encounter with Auchinleck Talbot is no revenge mission as there have been so many changes from cup final day.
In an eagerly anticipated clash, Largs play Talbot for the first time since their teams faced off in the Scottish Junior final back in May- bur Arnie believes Thistle should be looking to win the game on their own merits this time.
It is a 2pm kick-off and Thistle have also been boosted by the signings of two young Morton players on loan - Ben Eardley and Kieren Brophy - and welcome back midfield maestro Paul Harkins who has been on holiday.
Undoubtedly, Auchinleck, pose an enormous challenge for Thistle's young side but Arnie believes that Thistle should go into the match positive - and can pull off another shock win having already beaten high-flyers Kilwinning and Hurlford at home this season,
Davidson is a former league and cup winner at Beechwood and knows Tucker Sloan's Talbot side inside out. 
"I am certainly not seeing it as a re-match of the cup final," said the boss, "as we have a new look team.
"We are coming off a good win at Clydebank, and we are just looking to win our next home game - it is as simple as that.
"Auchinleck are the best team in junior football right now so it will be tough, and we will be respectful of them, but it is another opportunity for the boys to show how far they have come.
"It is a big test - but everyone is looking forward to it."