The Jags make the journey to East Finish Park tonight to face the Pars of their second Group C conflict.
Buckie head for Fife buoyed by Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Premiership Ross County at Victoria Park.
Buckie Thistle captain Kevin Fraser believes they’ll choose up extra Premier Sports activities Cup factors towards Dunfermline Athletic.
Though the Breedon Highland League facet had been defeated on penalties midfielder Fraser was inspired by their efficiency.
He believes there’s no motive why Buckie can’t flip in an identical show towards full-time opposition from League One this night.
Fraser mentioned: “We weren’t anticipated to get something on Saturday, nevertheless it was a reasonably even recreation and I felt a draw was a good end result.
“We are able to take quite a lot of confidence from that and it will be good to attempt to get one other level on the board if we might.
“Will probably be an enormous ask however the strain is off, it’s a free hit for us and we’ll attempt to get extra factors on the board.
“The supervisor is at all times telling us to be assured in our personal skill and he’s very assured in us as a staff.
“Hopefully we will present that towards Dunfermline and also you by no means know what may occur.”
A optimistic end result for Buckie would additionally reward the dedication of their part-time squad who will take day off work to permit them to fulfil this fixture.
The Jags draw gamers from the native space in addition to from Aberdeen and Inverness.
Fraser, who resides within the Highland capital, added: “It’s an extended day for us, I’m ending a couple of hours early after which I’m again to work tomorrow.
“Chatting with the opposite boys I don’t assume many are off on Wednesday so it will likely be a troublesome couple of days for us.”
After a troublesome encounter on the weekend, Fraser might perceive why supervisor Graeme Stewart might decide to make some modifications for the assembly with Dunfermline.