LADBROKES League leaders Cove Rangers come to Central Park on Saturday and Cowden will be going all out to get their eleventh home home win of the season.

Cove sit ten points clear of second top Edinburgh City, and are moving close to winning the title, so they will not be taking their eye of the ball this Saturday.

But Cowdenbeath need to keep looking to pick up wins to ensure their place in the promotion play-off places.

With Elgin City and Queen’s Park pressing hard with Cowden, for two of the remaining places, it is set to be an exciting end to the season.

Cowden have six of their remaining ten games away from home so really every home game has to be taken advantage of even if it is against the league leaders.

Cowdenbeath boss, Gary Bollan, was disappointed not to get the win at Annan: “It was a game which produced few really good chances.

“In the second period we had several set piece situations which we unfortunately could not take advantage of.

“The longer the game went it was clear that one goal was going to win it and we had a couple of efforts late on but could just not get the ball in the net.”

Looking to this Saturday the manager said: “It is the leaders but we have our own business to take care of and a win against them would be a real confidence booster for the rest of the season.

“We know that it will be very difficult, but the last time they were here we created a lot of good chances and that is what we will be going out to do this weekend.

“If we can put them under pressure we could get the goals that could give us the momentum.”

The manager is hoping to have midfielder Gavin Morrison back available after his stomach injury and he will also have Chris Hamilton available, to be deployed in either midfielder or defence.

In the squad too will be Jordyn Sheerin, back with the club after a spell in the East of Scotland League managing Craigroyston.

Mr Bollan was looking for some attacking cover and he said: “We know what Jordan can do and he can be a real problem for opposing defences to deal with, especially at corner-kicks and free-kicks, with the way he attacks the ball.”

There were no injury problems from Annan so it will be up to Mr Bollan to decide whether to go back to his 3-5-2 formation, or stick with the more attacking 4-3-3 that he has been using of late.

He will be looking for the defence to maintain its recent form which has seen only two goals conceded in the last three games.