‘Well top scorer Michael Higdon reckons the Steelmen will have to be at their best when they come up against a resilient Ross County side.
The Staggies, led by former Motherwell midfielder Derek Adams, have won praise for all quarters for the way they have taken to life in the Scottish Premier League.
And with ten goals already to his name this campaign, Higdon knows the Steelmen will have to be on top form to get their first win at Fir Park since County’s Highland neighbours Inverness were in town in early September.
[pullquote]I’m sure they’ll be looking to come out of it as quick as possible and they’ll be setting their sights on doing that tomorrow.[/pullquote]
“Everyone in the league has a little dip in form in this league,” he explained.
“We experienced that earlier and they are going through that a little at the moment with lots of draws but they have a lot of big characters in the team and a lot of experience with Tokeley, Munro and guys like that.
“I’m sure they’ll be looking to come out of it as quick as possible and they’ll be setting their sights on doing that tomorrow.
“They showed in the first game of the season how resilient they are. They’re tough to break down and are quite a tall team as well so we’re under no illusions how difficult it will be but if we play the way we have been we’re confident we can get a good result.”