Rangers defender Ross Perry hopes the Third Division leaders can create a decisive lead over their rivals.
The Ibrox club opened up a six-point lead at the top of the table with victory over Annan during the week and face nearest rivals Elgin on Saturday.
And Perry knows it is the ideal opportunity for Rangers to put some distance between themselves and everyone else.
He said: "They are second in the league and they are second for a reason. They play good football and they win games so it's going to be a tough one.
"It's a massive incentive for us if we can go there and win the game because there is going to be some real daylight between us."
Perry added: "We are in a rich vein of form and have won seven in a row. A run like that only breeds confidence. Especially with the away games, we seem to have got the hang of those so it's good.
"It was perhaps a learning curve at the start of the season. It took a bit of time to get used to it but it seems that we have done that now and hopefully we can continue on Saturday.
"At the start of the season it took a while to bed in but we know ourselves that we've got good players and, when the boys get used to each other, we will have no problems."