Berwick manager Colin Cameron is hoping his side can awake from their slumber and rekindle their play-off challenge when they travel to take on Queen’s Park this weekend.
Rangers have only taken one point out of nine, with two draws in their last three games, but the Rangers’ boss says it is too early to start pressing the panic button.
“I have told the players it is early days. You don’t win the league in the first quarter of the season and I feel we have the right players to do the job.”
Rangers take on Queen’s Park at Airdrie’s Excelsior Stadium on Saturday, and Cameron says it is a game which could kick-start their season.
Queen’s are only a point behind Berwick in the league table and a victory would give The Borderers some much-needed breathing space over some of the other sides in what is developing into a tight middle-section of the table.
Lee Currie is expected to be available again after serving a two-matcgh supension and revealing that his shin splints injury is not as bad as first fearer.
Ross Gray, who played midweek for the Reserves, is also likely to be back in contention.
“It would be the ideal time to get a victory,” said Cameron.
“After that we have a run of three games at home - including one in the Scottish Cup against Highland League side Formartine - and if we can string some victories together I am sure the confidence will build and we will be able to kick on.”