Knox expects tough match
Scottish Division 3,
Stranraer boss Keith Knox expects a difficult match as his side travel to Albion for the Second Division play-off final second-leg.
The Blues go into the tie with a 2-0 first-leg advantage after goals from Frank McKeown and Michael Moore sealed a huge win for Knox's side.
But the manager knows it will be a different game at Cliftonhill and is urging his players not to become complacent.
He told the Daily Record: "We know it's still going to be a tough game.
"We've done the hard work by getting two goals in front, just as we did against Queen's Park, but there's no way we'll go there and be over confident.
"We have to try and cause them problems. We'll do what we did against Queen's Park and that's attack. That's the way we play and we won't change that.
"You know what you're going to get when you go to Cliftonhill. They play to their strengths and everyone knows all about the pitch and stadium."