Largs Thistle could hand their supporters an early Christmas present with a victory at Pollok which would rocket them into second spot in the Premier League table.

The Barrfields side have undergone a seismic shift this season in player personnel after a mass exodus in the summer.
Few supporters would have given Largs an earthly of being in with a chance of moving second at this stage of the season - and manager Stuart Davidson believes Largs can pull off another cracker.
It is all credit to the young troops who have confounded the critics - but Davidson is refusing to get carried away.
With lots of games in hand for other teams in the league, Thistle need to keep winning to ensure a high finish in the league.
Pollok is always a popular day out for the supporters, and Largs fans will be heading up in their droves for the match of the day on the junior football card this Saturday.

It is a 1.45pm kick-off at Newlandsfield Park.
Davidson said: "We want to keep getting points on the table, and my first priority is to stay in this league and see where it ends.
"Having 27 points at this stage of the season - you can't argue with that.
"Pollok managed to overturn us 2-1 at Barrfields earlier in the season so we want to go and give a good account of ourselves in Glasgow.
"Pollok have some really good players and it will be really difficult for the boys but we want to show what we can do.
"The boys have done great to get us to third position in the league and we want to go one better with a win on Saturday at Pollok."
Largs were close to earning a share of the spoils in the reverse fixture at Barrfields where Pollok ran out 2-1 winners, so Thistle will have their work cut out but hope springs eternal with their young talented young side.
Thistle's final game of 2019 is a home encounter with Clydebank on Saturday 28 December.