THIRD-PLACED Brigade are the visitors to the Railway Road on Saturday as St Johnston resume their survival bid in the North-West Premiership.
Recent wins over Ardmore and Bready have significantly boosted their chances of staying in the top flight.
Two weeks ago, Ian Macbeth’s men lost by six wickets to Senior Cup finalists Donemana.
Now, the Donegal side will hope to add Brigade to their list of scalps. The Beechgrove outfit still have designs on winning the title.
Brigade are one of the few teams who could profit from the Donegal men’s slow and low track – Iftikhar Hussain and Jonny Robinson both likely to prove troublesome in those conditions.
St Johnston’s downfall has been their batting in the early overs and they’ll be looking forward to Michael Rankin’s return from injury, although Rammohan Goud’s (pictured above) elevation has proved a success.
Elsewhere, fellow strugglers Strabane and Bready are in action with Strabane away to table-toppers Coleraine and Bready host Ardmore.