NEW-LOOK Largs Thistle say they have no fears about facing Kilwinning in their new sports arena – as they have already beaten the Buffs this season.
Largs overcame Kilwinning in a highly-competitive opening match in the league cup section at Barrfields and manager Stuart Davidson believes his young troops can take belief from that win and recent performances on the road.
Largs have selection headaches as they prepare for the difficult clash but confident boss Davidson says they can grab a vital victory. See ground address details for Kilwinning Community Sports Club here 

With the Fairlie road closure this weekend, motorists from Largs can follow this diversion

Thomas O Donoghue has been out long term with a broken jaw while winger Ross George has an ankle injury as the Largs boss considers re-shuffling his pack after the draw at home to Beith.
Davidson said: “I wasn’t too happy about Saturday. I realise Beith is always a tough game for us, they have quality and experienced players, but I feel the way the game went we should have won it.
“I can’t fault the workrate of the players and they are always giving us everything, but I don’t want us to be accepting that a 1-1 draw with Beith at home is great.
“The boys are better than that and I think we have shown we are better than that earlier this season.”
Heading to a new ground at Kilwinning Sports Club this week, Davidson said: “It is a different arena, we had a right tough game against Kilwinning in the league cup but we came through it with a victory.
“These games are big tests every week for our boys but we have shown at Clydebank and Troon that we are capable of getting points on the road. We want to go there and give a good account of ourselves.
“This is a young team that is only going to get better – but we want to go to Kilwinning and show what we are capable of.”
Thistle also learnt their Macron Scottish Cup opponents on Saturday October 26. They face a trip to Kirriemuir Thistle of Angus after they defeated Maud 3-0 on Saturday. It is a 2.30pm kick off. 
The club would like to thank everyone who attended and supported Saturday evening’s race night at the masonic hall in Largs.