DICK CAMPBELL insists an unbeaten run of six league and cup matches has filled Forfar with confidence.
And last night the manager said: "I don't see the point in changing things - we'll stick to our own game." in this evening's Cup clash with Queen of the South at Palmerston.
Jamie Bishop, Mark McCulloch and David Mowat have been ruled out due to work commitments.
Campbell said: "They are very important players but Ross Campbell, Michael Bolochoweckyj and Stephen Tulloch are available again so when one door closes another opens."
Queens manager Kenny Brannigan will not take anything for granted.
He said: "Forfar are top of the Second Division. They don't play fancy football but they get results."
Queens are expected to field a strong side which may include both Lilley and Reid. This will be a tough match but the Doonhamers should have enough in the tank to claim victory.