Agree with all of this. Cawley in for Shields as well for me. I went along to watch Ayr v Partick last night knowing full well that i might be leaving disappointed. Much like Saturday, Partick were first to every ball and didn’t allow Ayr to create any real chances, I can’t see Ayr getting anything from them at the weekend and a win will see Partick clear of the scrap. I was disappointed on Saturday by how much we let Partick play, we’ve had a lot of joy this season playing football against teams and taking the game to them, to retreat onto the edge of our own box as soon as we conceded possession was difficult to watch and Partick’s goals felt inevitable (very much reminiscent of the cup game at St Mirren). Having said this, it was totally understandable that this would happen once we had a lead to protect, as once Partick went ahead the roles were very much reversed. I hope we go out to play on the front foot on Saturday, as opposed to relying on containment and counter attacks. This team have been a joy to watch and have shown unbelievable resilience throughout the season, i’ve no doubt that the players will understand the magnitude of these last two games and rise to the occasion.