You have to go back to the 6th October when the Hi Hi’s last played away from home. On that day they beat Thornton Hibs in Fife in a match influenced by wind and rain. The Millfield side can expect another challenging ninety minutes tomorrow when they face Dalkeith Thistle at King’s Park. With Dalkeith ground sharing with Edinburgh South, the visitors can expect a challenging surface and will have to adapt accordingly. The match looks to be going ahead after Dalkeith drafted in several of their Under 20 squad to replace first team players who had reported positive Covid tests. So this is a potential banana skin for the Hi Hi’s who saw their lead at the top of the league cut to a solitary point last week and manager Scott Bonar and his players know that they have to be fully focussed. Once again Corey Robertson will be missing through suspension but Haddington should have a strong squad available. Dalkeith proved to be stuffy opponents when they visited Millfield earlier in the season and it took a late Guy McGarry goal to settle home nerves in a 2-0 win.