Former East Kilbride defender David Proctor will carry his Cumbernauld Colts facet to Okay-Park this weekend seeking to get one over on his hometown group.
And present Kilby gaffer Kevin Rutkiewicz has warned his gamers to be cautious because the Colts boss returns to his previous stomping floor.
The ex-Inverness centre-back faces his former facet for the primary time since taking the reins from James Orr at Colts in the summertime, with eleventh place Colts seeking to upset the Lowland League’s joint-leaders.
And Rutkiewicz,whose facet have not gained of their final two league outings, mentioned of Saturday’s conflict: “There will likely be that added needle and I’m certain David will wish to get one over on his previous membership.
“That’s simply the character of soccer.
“However it can be crucial that we don’t get sucked in to any battle outwith the sphere.
“We’ve simply obtained to be targeted on ourselves.”
“It should be one other tough recreation and we wish to get ourselves again on observe within the league now.
“If we have now any aspirations of being on the prime of this league come the enterprise finish of the season, we’d like to ensure from now till Christmas we actually push and we put collectively a powerful sequence of outcomes that may assist get us within the battle.
“A number of weeks in the past we had been wanting good and looking out like getting away from the remainder of the pack, however hastily we have been pulled again in amongst it.
“We want to ensure we do not let the wee blip within the final two league video games flip into something greater than that.”
Saturday’s match at Okay-Park is a 3pm kick-off.