It still hasn’t sunk in yet.
It’s like living in a dream world.
But we are forced back to reality tonight as we travel through the wind and the rain on a Tuesday night up to Dingwall to face Ross County. Another win tonight is definitely a possibility, which would prove that the weekend was just not a fluke.
The home side go into tonight’s game with just one win in five, and sit in 11th place, four points ahead of Partick and three behind us. They will be looking to bring back their form before the huge run of games over the winter, and will be right up for the match. They lost out 2-1 to Rangers last time out and will be looking to bounce back.
The dangerman for County tonight will be striker Craig Curran. He scored the goal against Rangers last week and is extremely dangerous when given a sniff in front of goal. Other than Curran, both Michael Gardyne and Keilor-Dunn will be looking to give us a torrid time down the wings. If we can keep those two quiet, then we will have a good chance of coming away with all three points.
This is the most positive that the club has been in a long time, and long may it continue as we head in to a tough run of winter games, starting with our trip to Dingwall tonight.