Brechin will be without suspended defender Gerry McLauchlan for the visit of junior side Bonnyrigg Rose to Glebe Park in the Scottish Cup.
Recently-appointed manager Ray McKinnon has seen his side score 10 times during his two games in charge and he is looking for the same again.
``We are hoping to gain some momentum behind us but we know this game has banana skin written all over it,'' he said.
``We have had Bonnyrigg watched and Max Christie has them very well organised so we will need to play as well as we have done in our recent games to get through.
``The attitude from the players has been fantastic since I came in and it requires to be the same in this game.''
Bonnyrigg Rose travel to Brechin with a fully-fit squad looking to cause a Scottish Cup shock against their Second Division hosts.
The junior side will take an army of over 500 fans to Glebe Park for what promises to be a memorable day in the club's history.
Manager Max Christie said: ``We know it would be a shock if we won but we will be going to Glebe Park to do that. We want to do the junior game proud and it would be great to be in the draw with the big guns like other junior sides have been in recent years.
``Auchinleck Talbot were at Hearts last year and Irvine Meadow faced Hibs a few years ago, it would be great to dream of something similar but Brechin have picked up a lot under their new manager so we know it will be a tough tie.''