The Hi Hi’s hope to get back in action thi Saturday when they entertain Hill of Beath in an East of Scotland Premier game at Millfield. Hopes are high that conditions will improve to allow Millfield to host its second match of 2024. On their first home outing of the year Haddington ended their hoodoo against Penicuik Athletic not having beaten them competitively in over 20 years. So another unwanted record could end on Saturday as the Hi Hi’s have never beaten Hill of Beath at Millfield. Once again this will be a stiff test for manager Scott Bonar’s side. The Fifers endured a poor start to the season but a change of management team appears to have worked wonders as they have pulled away from the lower reaches of the league. When the sides met in Fife in a midweek encounter at the start of the season, Guy McGarry came off the bench to score a second half hat trick and saw his side win 3 – 0. Manager Bonar will be keen to see his side record their first league double of the season but he knows that it will be a tougher match than the previous one.