Where do you begin to preview tonight’s action? We’re poised on the brink of winning the league for the first time in more than 20 years … and we’ve got a keeper set to equal the all-time record for appearances between the sticks in a Queen’s Park jersey.

But despite the unique set of circumstances, Gaffer Ray McKinnon is determined that the focus of the squad remains firmly set on nothing other than trying to take three points from the visit of Elgin City.

He spoke to the media team on the eve of the match, saying: “It’s another huge match and it goes without saying but we are very much looking forward to it. We know what’s at stake but it’s important that we approach this one like we have done every other game. The preparation has been no different and our focus going into it is getting the three points. We need to make sure we are at the races from the start and I always say, ensure we reach the consistency levels that we strive to reach in every game.”

“We have taken massive confidence from Saturday’s victory, not only in getting the win, but the manner in which we won it. It’s not good for the blood pressure but what a way it was to win a game. I thought we played well for long spells but to then find ourselves behind and go on to to win in like we did, has given everyone a real lift and sets us up nicely for this game and the final run in beyond tonight.”

“We know Elgin will have their own ambitions of securing a play off and know they will make life very difficult for us. We had them watched at the weekend and by all accounts although they lost the game, they looked a real danger going forward and created plenty of chances. On many other days they wouldn’t have lost the goals they did in that game. They have a strong squad and are in the position that they are challenging for a play off spot because they are a good team, so we expect nothing but a difficult game.”

“If we can do what we have done well this season in terms of focussing on ourselves and on our own performance levels, we’ll give ourselves the best possible chance of taking the three points and getting ourselves over that line.”

While fans won’t be able to see tonight’s big game in person, you can watch every kick of the ball live by heading to https://queensparkfc.co.uk/qptv-live/

And if that’s not possible, you can keep up to date with all the action by following our social media channel, details below.

The opposition: City go into the game looking to end a run of three consecutive defeats. They sit fifth, level on points and just three goals behind fourth placed Stranraer. Gavin Price’s side lost their last match 5-2 at home to Albion Rovers and their record away from home this stands at played 10, won five and lost five.

Head to head: Played – 65; Queen’s Park – 32; Draw – 18; Elgin City – 15. Scored – Queen’s Park – 116; Elgin City – 71.

Last meeting of the sides: 07/11/2020 Elgin City 0-1 Queen’s Park. Watch the highlights from that game HERE.

Last matches: 17/04/2021 Edinburgh City 2-3 Queen’s Park; Elgin City 2-5 Albion Rovers.

Recent form (all competitions): Queen’s Park – WWWWWW; Elgin City – WWWLLL.

Top scorers (all competitions): Queen’s Park – Simon Murray (7); Elgin City – Kane Hester (11).

Match officials: Referee – Steven Reid; Assistant Referees – Graeme Leslie and Craig Macrae.

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 7.30pm, 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 https://queensparkfc.co.uk/qptv-live/

Facebook: Get the team news at 7.00pm followed by half time and full time score updates via our Facebook page.

Twitter: Get the team news at 7.00pm followed by live updates throughout the match via our Twitter account @QueensParkFC.

Instagram: Get the team news at 7.00pm 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: Friday 23rd April, v Fourth Place (to be confirmed. Kick off 7.45pm at The Falkirk Stadium.

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