IF ELGIN City’s players don’t want the pain of being "giant-killed", they will have to be switched on from the word go against St Cuthbert Wanderers.
Manager Ross Jack has challenged them to erase the memory of a four-goal drubbing at home by Queen’s Park last weekend.
The best way to do that is to book a place in the third round of the William Hill Scottish Cup by dumping the South of Scotland minnows in what will be City’s 100th Scottish Cup tie.
However, Jack knows the Kirkcudbright side will be no pushovers after beating Highland League Keith and Edinburgh University in the previous rounds.
"I have had reports from both those games and we know enough about them to be warned. They are a very pro-active club and are going about their business in a good manner at the moment and knocking in goals for fun," he said.
"We need to bounce back against good opposition and get the confidence going again," he said.
Read the full interview with Ross Jack in 'The Northern Scot'.