Largs boss Stuart Davidson believes the players have to put controversial refereeing decisions behind them as they go into this Saturday's cup cracker against Glenafton.

Thistle have it all to prove as they head into a winner takes all clash in the 2nd round of the West of Scotland Cup and the stakes couldn't be higher as it is the club's last opportunity of silverware. 
There will be a penalty shoot-out if it is a draw after 90 minutes. It is a 1.30pm kick-off at Loch Park.
This weekend's big cup tie is an opportunity for his players to test themselves and to see how far they have come.
Largs have managed big wins at Clydebank and a 4-0 trouncing at Troon this season, and are looking to bounce back from a recent dip in form which has only yielded only one victory in seven.
Davidson refused to blame decisions going against Thistle after both Kieran Brophy and Scott Adam were given pushes on the back in the penalty box during Saturday's stalemate with Rutherglen.
He said: "The referee didn't give these decisions - sometimes they go with you or against you.
"You can't rely on referee decisions as a lot of them are going against us at the moment so we need to seize the initiative and take our chances to win the games."
Cup clashes are always something special. 
Thistle beat Glens at Loch Park in the West of Scotland Cup in 2013, and it is also the team that Largs famously conquered to win the Scottish Cup in 1994. This will be the first meeting of the sides this season after a 1-1 draw away and a 2-1 win at home last season. 
The gaffer said: "We know it is a really tough place to go with a hostile environment but we are wanting to make an impact.
"It is a good place to go and test ourselves and see how far we have come this season.
"We had a lot of away games coming up in 2020. Our home form hasn't been that great recently and we have had some big wins on the road this season and we are going into this big Glenafton game looking to draw on that inspiration.
"To me, home and away doesn't matter, as long as you give your best on the park to win.
"Glens have plenty of good experience through the backbone of their team from Joe Andrews and Mick McCann upfront to Findlay Frye in midfield and they are good defensively.
"We want to concentrate on putting on a good performance first and foremost and see what happens.
"We have had some really memorable away wins this season and we finished the game well against Rutherglen in the last half hour, and hope to start the game in this fashion on Saturday."
Thistle will be hoping to build up a tough mentality on the road with eight of their next ten games being on the road - including a second visit to Glens on league business on January 25.