Manager Brian Reid says all the pressure will be on Stranraer's opponents in tonight's play-off clash.
The Blues welcome Livingston to Stair Park for the first leg of their Championship Play-off semi-final (kick-off 7:45pm).
Livingston finished ninth in the Championship last season - five places above Stranraer in the Scottish football pyramid, so Reid believes it will be the visitors instead of his players feeling the heat.
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The second leg takes place at Livingston on Saturday (kick-off 3pm).
Queen of the South have frozen season ticket prices for the club's 2016/17 Championship campaign.
In addition to the current range of season tickets available the Doonhamers have introduced a £90 season ticket for 16-21 year olds.
The price of an adult ticket stays at £256 which works out at around £14 per game - a saving of £32 per season. Concession tickets are available for £144 and the Junior Blue ticket for young supporters up to the age of 16 remains at £18.
Season tickets go on sale from Monday 13 June and will be available online or in person from the office at the Queen of the South Arena during normal office hours.
Work is set to start within weeks on a new football complex in Carlisle.
Plans have been approved for the firm SoccerWorld to revamp land on Rome Street by building nine all-weather floodlit pitches, a pavilion and sports bar.
A schoolboy footballer with one arm and one leg is celebrating after being called up to play for England.
12-year-old Thomas Atkinson from Carlisle has been selected as the goalkeeper for the England Amputee football team.
He could make his international debut in June, against either Poland or the Republic of Ireland:
Workington Reds lost out on promotion, losing 3-2 to Salford City in the Evo-Stik playoff final.Read the full story ›
Torrential rain in the run up to today's crucial play off game between Salford City and Workington Reds.Read the full story ›
Kick-off is at 3pm in Workington Reds' Evo-Stik League Northern Premier play off final.
The West Cumbrian side have travelled to Salford City for a chance for promotion to Conference North.
The British Rally Championship makes a welcome return to the region this weekend.
More than 120 competitors are taking part in the Pirelli Rally which starts tomorrow.
The best drivers from the UK and further afield will compete in stages across the Kielder Forest complex.
Lori Carnochan reports.
Take a trip down memory lane and watch our full report of Workington Reds' last playoff promotion.
Back in 2005 they were promoted to the Conference North... cue pitch invasion:
Tomorrow (3pm Saturday 30 April) Workington Reds take on Salford City FC in the Evo-Stik League Northern Premier.