The Hi Hi’s impressive run from November has meant that the Millfield side could finish the season in the top half of the league table – an outcome that all those involved with the club would have taken at the start of the season. With only one defeat in their past 17 games, the players and management are keen to maintain this run in their final three league matches. However this will be put to test on Saturday when high flying Linlithgow Rose play their first league match at Millfield in over 20 years. The Rose have more or less led the Premier Division from the start of the season and they currently hold an eight point lead over nearest challengers Sauchie with only three matches remaining. So the Prestonfield side will want to complete a league double over the Hi Hi’s and clinch the title as soon as possible. When the sides met in West Lothian in September, a late goal in each half gave the home side a 2 0 win. Manager Scott Bonar and his players will be doing their best to delay any title celebrations. Irrespective of the outcome, Millfield could have an attendance that could well supercede the 462 recorded at the recent Groundhop day game against Dundonald Bluebell.