Dundee United boss Robbie Neilson has urged his players to take advantage of any edginess from Dunfermline today.
The Tangerines head to East End Park at the weekend to face a Pars side who have only struck two league goals in front of their own fans this campaign.
And Robbie is backing his players to heap the pressure on their opponents.
He said: “Football’s a funny game – sometimes home advantage is great for you but other times you have a disadvantage at home when it’s not going for you.
“That’s what we are trying to turn around at Tannadice. We’ve found it difficult at home this season and that can happen when the pressure starts to mount.
“People get edgy, somebody makes a silly pass and people get on their back – it can be difficult to turn that around.
“We’re going down there as Dundee United, we’re going to try to play the way we want to and take control of the game.
“If we can do that and show what we’ve done in the previous two matches we have more than enough to win the game.”