MORTON'S Kirk Broadfoot says his side will need to give a much better account of themselves against Dunfermline on Saturday if they want to avoid a third successive loss to them.

Ton's last game against Dunfermline quickly turned sour after the Cappielow side found themselves two goals down inside the first five minutes of a disastrous night in front of the BBC cameras.

The result left them slumped at the bottom of the league heading into November, before their recent revival.

Broadfoot told the Tele: "Saturday is going to be a tough afternoon, there's no doubt about that.

"We've not beaten them this season and they've been the better team each time. East End Park is always a difficult place to go to.

"In the last game that we played them we felt a bit aggrieved at the end that we never got a point because we ran them really close in the second half.

"But if we're being brutally honest, we killed ourselves within the first five minutes. In this league you can't give any team a two goal lead, so we didn't help ourselves at all.

"We shot ourselves in the foot but now we are priding ourselves in being more solid at the back and being more clinical when our chances come along.

"That's what we're looking to do this weekend, but Dunfermline have got a lot of players back from injury, so it will be tough."