COWDENBEATH will be setting out to make it back to back league home wins for the first time this season when Stirling Albion come to Central Park tomorrow.

And after beating one set of promotion play-off seekers in Elgin City last weekend, they will be hoping to repeat the dose when third top Stirling are the visitors.

After the midweek draw at Albion Rovers, Cowdenbeath are eight points ahead of bottom side Brechin City and into eighth place on 13 points, and a couple of more wins would greatly help the Blues’ cause.

Manager Gary Bollan was a happy man after Saturday’s game and wants his players to repeat that form in the remaining games before the split.

He said: “The passing was much sharper against Elgin and the result was a whole host of chances being created and their ‘keeper having to make a string of top class saves.

“Had we won by three goals no one could have said we did not deserve it, but we have to look to keep that sort of quality of play up.

“Yes the players are finding it difficult having to play so many games in such a short space of time, but this sort of performance and result will be a big boost to their confidence.”

Looking ahead he added: “The players in our dressing room are a lot better than recent results have reflected and if we can keep this level of performance up over the next few weeks we can get the string of good results we want.

“We have Stirling Albion at Central Park next and it would be good to repeat Saturday’s show against them.

“There are plenty of points up for grabs and if we can get a bit of consistency we could greatly improve our position in the table.”

After the Stirling game, which will be an earlier kick off at noon to ensure it does not clash with the funeral for Prince Philip at 3pm, Cowden have just one more match before League 2 splits into the top 5 and bottom 5 for four more matches.

That is against Brechin City on Tuesday at Glebe Park.