Berwick Rangers face what is likely to be a vital game when they travel to take on Annan this weekend.
Colin Cameron’s side go to Galabank with the teams level on points in the race for the play-offs, and both sides will be looking for a victory, or at the very least, avoid defeat.
“In the grand scheme of things it is just one more game,” said the manager, “but in the context in which we find ourselves it is an important match for both sides.
“We have a game in hand, and if we can get a victory it would give us a little bit of breathing space.
“But if we lose it means the pressure would be on us to try and close the gap again.
“There is still a long way to go this season, but I think most fans will accept this is a game where a victory could do us a lot of good.”
Cameron will be hoping his players can put the disappointment of last Saturday’s home draw against Montrose behind them.
Rangers led 3-2 going into the final seconds of the game, but were denied victory by a last minute header from Marvin Andrews.
“That was difficult to take,” said Cameron, “but we have to show some character and bounce back straight away if we can.”