ROSS Jack wants Elgin City to overcome midweek disappointment by grabbing a second chance to go top of Division 3.
The Borough Briggs men let a 2-0 lead slip to a 2-2 draw at Clyde on Wednesday night, when victory would have made them league leaders.
However, City can still move into first place this weekend if they win at home to Annan Athletic, and Queen’s Park don’t beat title favourites Rangers at Ibrox.
Jack is refusing to get too despondent about his team’s failure to take victory at Broadwood after building up a strong advantage.
He wants the City players to take on their next challenge of overcoming an Annan side who he expects to adopt spoiling tactics to try and win the day.
“We’re not going to beat ourselves up about it,” Ross said. We’ll learn from it, and we need to be more resolute against Annan.
“We’ve still got a huge opportunity on Saturday to go top, if results go our way.
“Hopefully Rangers win and we can get the win we need to take us up there. We want to make sure we don’t let the home crowd down.”
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