Johnstone Burgh manager Jamie McKim has been hard at work, despite his team’s clash with Yoker Athletic on Saturday being postponed.

McKim’s troops were set to take on the Whe Ho at Keanie Park but, despite the best efforts of groundstaff, the match was called off due to a waterlogged pitch.

Burgh will now focus on trying to maintain their 100 per cent record in League Two as they travel to Annbank United for their latest game.

McKim will be looking to inflict revenge on the South Ayrshire outfit, who won both meetings between the clubs last season, and knows what to expect, having watched them play at the weekend.

He said: “There’s no way the park was playable on Saturday.

“When you’re on a run of good form and playing well, having games postponed is the hardest thing to take.

“You want to be playing all the time, so it’s difficult.”

McKim continued: “The guys got the day off on Saturday because they’ve been working so hard in training and playing so many games.

“I travelled to Muirkirk to watch Annbank and they do have areas where they can cause us problems but they also have areas that we’ll be looking to exploit. We do an awful lot of homework on the opposition.

“We try and watch them and make notes in the weeks up to playing them and, when we do play them, we keep the notes from that as well.

“If we’re not playing, then we’re covering as much as we can.

“Over the course of the last three weekends, as we haven’t played the last three Saturdays, we must have covered in the region of ten games.

“That’s the plus side of not having games but I’d rather have a game of course.”

Despite Burgh being out of action for two weeks, McKim is sure his players will be ready come Saturday.

He said: “I think the boys will be alright because they’re still working away. It’s harder for the guys who aren’t getting much game time.”

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