The Bully Wee return to action tomorrow as they take on Berwick Rangers at Broadwood in the Scottish League Two.
After last week’s loss at Elgin, Barry Ferguson has indicated he will consider making changes as he tries to get the team back to winning ways.
Speaking to the official website, he said: “There was nothing much in the Elgin game last Saturday but we had a lot of people off form so we will probably make a few changes in terms of personnel and hopefully we can get back to winning ways.”
Ferguson also confirmed that he has no new injury worries ahead of the match and that new signings Stephen O’Donnell and Andy Gibson have a chance of being involved in the matchday squad.
Berwick have enjoyed a strong start to the season and currently sit second in the league, with two wins from their first three games.
Colin Cameron’s men came out on top the last time the teams met with a 3-0 win at Shielfield Park, while a last minute Brian McQueen strike secured a 3-3 draw in the last encounter at Broadwood, with Scott Ferguson and Michael Daly also netting for The Bully Wee.