Cowdenbeath match preview
2nd March 2012
BOSS Jimmy Boyle says Airdrie can still make the promotion play-offs.
The Diamonds are five points adrift of a top-four place with ten league games remaining.
A spirited comeback forced a 2-2 draw with title-chasing Arbroath at Gayfield on Wednesday night.
And Boyle revealed that he has full confidence in his players ahead of tomorrow's visit of leaders Cowdenbeath.
He said: "I still feel we can get into the top four. I believe in the boys and believe that we can go on a good run.
"I'm pleased with the work-rate and effort of the players and I want us to take that forward.
"I think we have been suffering from a lack of belief but the two goals against Arbroath will hopefully lift confidence."
Airdrie could do their opponents from Wednesday night a favour if they take points off the Blue Brazil for the first time this season.
The manager added: "We took the game to Arbroath in the second half and I thought we had enough chances to win it.
"We might have put a dent in their challenge but hopefully we will give them a turn when we play Cowdenbeath.
"We want to have a go at them as we are pushing for a place in the top four."
Airdrie welcome back keeper Grant Adam and midfielder Sean Lynch from suspension.
Calum Murray will referee the match.