Largs Thistle face a testing home clash versus in-form Darvel who will be first footers this Sunday at Barrfields Park.

The ambitious East Ayrshire outfit will have their tails up going into the clash after defeating high-flyers Troon 5-2.
Largs had to sit out on December 27 after their away match at Kirkintilloch Rob Roy was called off due to a waterlogged park.
Without kicking a ball in earnest, Thistle dropped from fourth to the sixth in the PDM Buildbase West of Scotland Premier Division, so Largs will be eager to get back in action to make ground.
Thistle will be wanting to continue their six game unbeaten run as they bid to get 2021 off to a flyer. 
During that run, Largs have beaten Kilwinning Rangers, Dalbeattie Star, Cumbernauld, and Blantyre Vics.
Darvel's weekend win sees them jump up to fifth spot in the league. The Recreation Park side have two games in hand over Largs.
In what turned out to be their last game of 2020, Largs shared the spoils against Beith (1-1) with Blair McIntyre receiving a red card. 
Beith also had a red card in the game which has since been overturned after video evidence was presented to the appeal committee.

In the enconter, Stuart Faulds was injured in the warm-up, while Cory Hughes also received an injury during the game.
Meanwhile, Thistle's South of Scotland Cup opponents Jeanfield Swifts suffered their first defeat of the season as they lost 2-1 to Kelty Hearts in the senior Scottish Cup.
Largs host the East of Scotland Premier outfit in the third round of the Soccer Shop sponsored tournament on February 6.
Manager Stuart Davidson has already pinpointed the cup as being the equivalent of the Scottish Junior Cup for Thistle this season.
The majority of Thistle games this season have been played at Barrfields Park, so Largs will be looking for home advantage to help see them over the finishing line against Darvel - it will be their seventh game out of eight at Barrfields.

Stuart has wished all supporters a Happy New Year and hopes the day will come soon enough when fans will be able to safely return to Barrfields.