IAIN DIACK insists his team fear nobody as they aim to get back to winning ways on Saturday.

The Sauchie manager watch his side draw 1-1 away to Dalkeith Thistle on Saturday thanks to a Mark Finlayson strike.

The point keeps the Wee County side in third place, although they are now nine points behind league leaders Bonnyrigg Rose who won their weekend clash.

Reflecting on his side's visit to Dalkeith, Diack felt the draw was the fair result in the end.

He told Advertiser Sport: “We were a bit disappointed that we couldn’t get the game over the line.

“I thought we played OK in the game. It was a typical winter game in that it was very scrappy. We had our chances and they had a spell at the end where our goalkeeper had to make a couple of saves.

“All in all, a draw was probably the fairest result.”

The attention for Diack and his men now turns to Saturday when they welcome Bo’ness United to Beechwood Park for the first meeting between the sides this season.

A win for the visitors will see them leapfrog Sauchie by a point, while a home win would create a gap between the chasing pack.

Diack said he is confident that they can get over the weekend’s blip.

He continued: “We’re on a good run of form with just two defeats in 11 matches. The boys are playing well.

“We don’t fear anyone in the league. We will take on anyone and are happy to have a go at anyone we play.”

The subplot for the 1.30pm clash is the return of Brian Morgan who plays against Sauchie for the first time since leaving the club in the summer.

It isn’t something Diack is worried about, however, saying he is now just another Bo’ness player.

He said: “It means nothing to me. He is just another Bo’ness midfielder and it isn’t something we’ll be focussing on come matchday.

“We will need to watch him because he is a good player, though.”

The boss also revealed that Dylan Taylor received a heavy knock against Dalkeith and will be monitored going into the weekend’s match.