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Alan Kernaghan is hoping to start with the same team that defeated Ross County against Falkirk tomorrow night, a match he thinks will be the hardest of the season so far.

Pat Keogh is still ruled out but there are no fresh injuries worries ahead of the clash.

Speaking to the Website tonight, Alan said:-

“I’d hope to start with the same team unless anything happens overnight to affect that.”

“Everyone is looking forward to the match, there should be a great atmosphere.”

“We’ve had great games with them already this season, although we felt we were harshly done by the last time at Brockville. It would be nice to be the first team to beat them there. They are at the top and when you’re at the top you’re there to be shot at. Let’s just hope we’re doing all the shooting.”

“Their results last week will not make it any easier, in fact, they’ll be keen to bounce back. A draw wouldn’t be a bad result, whereas a defeat could end our hopes of catching them. Having said that, a win would keep the momentum up and put them under real pressure.”

“There’s no doubt it is another test for us, probably our toughest of the season.”