DUNCAN Sinclair has challenged his side to build on their dominant home record this weekend as the club prepare to take on East Region Premier League North side Dundee Violets in the third-round of the Macron Scottish Junior Cup.

Lie have lost just once at home this season with their sole defeat coming back in August. 

They have since went unbeaten, picking up 10 points from an available 12 and looking good along the way. 

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The Dunterlie Park side’s home form has been the foundation of their recent five game winning run and Sinclair is out make it six in a row this weekend.

“A successful cup run is important for us and the club and we were happy when we got the home tie, that’s always vital in the cup,” the manager admitted. “While we don’t know too much about Dundee, we do know they have won their last two matches so we will show them the respect they deserve.

“It’s always one game at a time but we need to build on this momentum we have at the moment.

“We go into the match against Violets like we would against any team visiting at Dunterlie - and that is looking to dominate possession and score plenty of goals. I’ve spoke about the importance of turning Dunterlie into a fortress for the last few weeks now and it will be no different this weekend against Dundee.”

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The Violet have started their league campaign relatively well with five wins, one draw and three defeats from their opening 10 matches.

Arthurlie, of course, are in fine form themselves with Sinclair’s men latest 5-1 victory stretching their winning run to five in a row.