Queen of the South travel to second place Alloa on Saturday (December 8th) knowing that a win will put them 12 points clear at the top of the Second Division.
Unbeaten Queens head into December's fixtures after enjoying one of the best starts to a season.
Their manager says they just have to keep up the hard work:
"We should just carry on doing what we've been doing. We've been doing really well this season, we're creating chances.
"We're playing really good football so more of the same really. "
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