AFTER the disappointment of last weekend's game being postponed Cowdenbeath will be looking to get back to winning ways this Saturday when Queen's Park come to Central Park.

A run of four defeats and a draw at Berwick plus Queen's Park being awarded a win for Clyde playing an ineligible player against, them has allowed the Spiders to displace the Blue Brazil in seventh place in Ladbrokes League 2.

So this week's game gives Cowdenbeath a chance to back above the Spiders with the Albion Rovers game likely to go ahead next mid week.

With the fixture list running back into a clutch of games against top five sides Cowden have to take advantage of the chance of playing against sides around them to boost their position.

But manager Gary Bollan wants to see his team go into the closing weeks of the season winning games and moving back up the table.

He said: "It was not totally surprising that Saturday's game was off due to the really poor weather conditions that hit the country with a lot of wet weather.

"However, we have to focus strongly on the closing eight games and look to win as many as possible starting with Queen Park on Saturday."

Cowden have not lost to Queen's this term having drawn twice at Hampden and winning 2-0 at Central Park so a win over the Spiders this weekend would be just the way to finish their four games against them.

Said the manager: "We were within a couple of minutes of winning the game at Hampden a few weeks ago when we gave away a needless penalty so hopefully we can get a win this weekend.

"We have been getting into good positions in games and letting ourselves down by silly errors, which has either cost us a goal or missed chances.

"If we want to finish the season well we have to try hard to ensure that we do not let our performance dip in games for that is what has been costing us the chance to string more wins together."

After the Queen's Park game Cowden go to Albion Rovers and Peterhead within the space of four days, and then will be at home to second top Edinburgh City and Elgin City before closing with Stirling Albion away and Clyde at home.

It is a tough run of games but the manager is wanting a haul of points from them.

Meanwhile Cowden have parted company with experienced attacking midfielder Martin Scott who has started 13 games this season but scored only one goal.

He missed two months of the season through injury and hast struggled to get back into the side.

Meanwhile exciting young attacker Ryan Connolly is fit again and was on the bench at Berwick after having missed most of the season through a knee injury and he is bound to feature in the run-in games.

Kris Renton, who missed the Berwick game with a knock sustained in the warm up is fit and Jamie Pyper, who as absent at Shielfield due to illness, will be back for the QP fixture.