Thistle boss Stuart Davidson hopes his players can channel any feelings of injustice from the Kilbirnie defeat into a positive by going all guns blazing into this Saturday's cup clash at Glenafton.

Largs played a high pressing game yet couldn't find the finishing touch as they inexplicably went down 2-1 against nine men - Davidson admitted he was 'scunnered' after the game.
Even when on-loan Morton man Kieran Brophy was clean through and looked set to score he was cynically taken down just outside the penalty box for one of the two red cards.
Davidson said: "The Kilbirnie keeper had mishit the ball and Brophy was fast on to it and was about to kick it into the back of the net when he was upended.
"The centre half just took him out - from the Kilbirnie point of view it was a tactical foul and it won them the match.
"The majority of our defeats in recent weeks, except for Pollok, have been by the solitary goal and we have just been on the wrong side of matters.
"Decisions have gone against us but we have to be more ruthless in front of goal and take our chances.
"The good news for this week is that we welcome both Ben Black and Scott Adam back from suspension - if we keep working hard our luck will change.
"We have too much character in our dressing room and we can turn this round - I have no doubt about it.
"We are going into one of the biggest games of the season against Glenafton in the last cup tournament available to us - and if we can keep playing our high pressing style I feel we can pull off a cup shock."

The match kicks off at New Loch Park on Saturday at 1.30pm.