GHA will be aiming for their second away win in a row as they face Dundee HSFP at Mayfield.
The Southsiders are still seeking their first home win of the National League campaign after a
26-18 defeat against Hillhead/Jordanhill last weekend.
However the Braidholm sides away form has been much better and seen them collect six
points in the league table so far with a narrow bonus point defeat to Peebles and a victory
against Biggar a fortnight ago.
But they know they will have their work cut out against Dundee HSFP who have won all three home games this season.
GHA Captain Andy Henderson said: It will obviously be tough every game we play is going to be tough for us. I dont know a lot about them other than they have a pretty big pack. That will be another big challenge for us trying to stop them and stop their momentum.
We are due a performance.
GHAs match against Dundee HSFP is the beginning of a tough run of fixtures for the Southsiders as they face four of the top five teams in the National League in the next few
GHA Captain Andy Henderson knows they will have to improve if they want to make a mark
in the National League.
He added: It will be a big test and we will have to up our game.
It is a big step up the top teams in this league. They are probably up there with the
We need to improve and try to make improvements quickly so we can be competitive in this
We have been disappointing at home and had our best results and performances away from
If we can continue that and continue to improve hopefully we can get some wins.