The Spiders are back in action tonigh as Peter Murphy’s Annan side visit the Falkirk Stadium. Queen’s go into the game on the back of another victory at the weekend, having overcome Stenhousemuir at Ochilview, a victory that saw the lead at the top extended to 12 points over our closest rivals. That win made it 18 points in 6 games since the return of football last month and Ray McKinnon’s men will be looking to add to that tally when the Galabank side come calling.

The gaffer spoke to the media team on the eve of the game and gave his thoughts: “We are all very much looking forward to the game tomorrow night. At the risk of sounding like I’m repeating myself it’s another big three points up for grabs. We are in good form and looking to continue that but it’s vital that we show Annan the respect they deserve.”

“We have had their last couple of games watched and by all accounts the reports we have had indicate they could and should have won both games. Annan are fighting for their lives and we know they will be dangerous and will pose a threat. They will look to make it as tough as possible for us but we just need to ensure we go out there and concentrate on doing what we know we do best. If we can keep those consistency levels up we will give ourselves every chance of winning the match.”

“I know it’s an old cliche but we need to continue to take a game at a time, picking up as many points as we can. We still need to get to that end point and we are absolutely not there yet. We can’t afford to lose focus and look any further ahead than the next game and the players know that.”

“I know we spoke in the build up to Saturday about how pleasing it has been to be able to rotate the squad as we would have wanted it recent weeks and I felt that again worked well at Ochilview. It’s likely we will look to freshen up again as everyone who has been coming in has really put in a performance. I think that’s largely down to the fact that they have had time to recharge the batteries.”

The opposition: The Galabankies have had a very disappointing season to date and find themselves sitting second bottom, six points clear of Brechin City. Peter Murphy’s side have won just two of their 15 games so far with the last of those coming on 21st November away to Stenhousemuir. Annan go into the game looking to end a run of seven games without a win, with their last victory having come against Gala Fairydean in the Scottish Cup on 26th December.

Head to head: Played – 38; Queen’s Park – 12; Draw – 7; Annan Athletic – 19. Scored – Queen’s Park – 50; Annan Athletic – 61.

Last meeting of the sides: 19/12/2020 Annan Athletic 1-2 Queen’s Park. Watch the goals from that game HERE.

Last matches: 10/04/2021 Stenhousemuir 1-3 Queen’s Park; Annan Athletic 1-2 Stirling Albion

Recent form (all competitions): Queen’s Park – WWWWWW; Annan Athletic – DDDLDL.

Top scorers (all competitions): Queen’s Park – Bob McHugh (6); Annan Athletic – Max Wright (6).

Match officials: Referee – Matthew MacDermid; Assistant Referees – Joseph Lawson and Elliot Husband Powton

Programme: You can read our digital match programme for the game HERE.

Live streaming: QPTV in conjunction QTV Sports and City of Glasgow College, will be providing a live stream of the match at a cost of £10. Live coverage will begin at 2.45pm, led by our commentary team of Craig McKenzie and Keith McAllister. Information for members, season ticket holders and pay per view viewers van be found here

Facebook: Get the team news at 6.15pm followed by half time and full time score updates via our Facebook page.

Twitter: Get the team news at 6.15pm followed by live updates throughout the match via our Twitter account @QueensParkFC.

Instagram: Get the team news at 6.15pm followed by live goal, half time and full-time score updates via our Instagram.

QPTV: Post match reaction from the manager and a player will be available shortly after the game with match highlights to follow on Wednesday morning.

Next match: Saturday 17th April v Edinburgh City at Ainslie Park. Kick off 12:00..

Other League Two matches: Albion Rovers v Cowdenbeath; Edinburgh City v Brechin City; Stenhousemuir v Elgin City; Stirling Albion v Stranraer.