He said: "No two games are ever the same in football and we start at 0-0 again in this game
Queen's Park are an improving side under Gus McPherson and they will win games before the end of the season but hopefully not against Annan."Queen's Park's star midfielder David Anderson is struggling to make kick-off at Galabank due to a hamstring problem he picked in Saturday's meeting between the sides.Head coach Gus McPherson's attempts to bring in another new face to join on-loan Morton player Tony Wallace have so far proved fruitless.McPherson said: "I am looking for someone who will turn our good outfield play into goals
We had a lot of possession against Annan but never created any danger in the final third."They were content to allow us to do that at the weekend however they are at home now and may look to take the game to us more."
Source : PA