DRIVEN Ardrossan Winton Rovers boss Stevie Wilson is on a revenge mission in Glasgow on Saturday after his team bounced back from defeat in style.

Winton beat Greenock 2-1 away, a week after suffering surprise 4- 1 home loss to Lanark United.

Now the seventh-placed side face Shettleston away.

But with only FOUR points separating the top seven, a win would see them narrow the gap to one.

Wilson said: “Greenock is a hard place to go and that was a good win for us. We played well and dominated the game. It was great to have Stuart Hannah back from suspension and he played well, as did Del Kennedy but it was a team effort.”

He refuses to get carried away about a potential promotion challenge and said: “Our focus is only on the game at Shettleston.

“They are undefeated in the league and it’s going to be extremely tough.

“But we must go there looking for the three points.

“They beat us at Winton Park at the start of the season so we hope to reverse that.”

Beith manager Johnny Millar was pleased to progress in the Scottish Cup as they defeated Aberdeen East End 4-1 away.

He said: “We dominated a lot of the match and the important thing in the cup is just to get through.

“It was a long trip and hopefully we will get a home tie next.”

The Mighty host Benburb on Saturday and Millar said: “Our results in the league has not been great so we must start picking up points.

“It’s important that we pick up a win at the weekend.”