Fermanagh’s Aidan Breen expects another tough and tight encounter when they host Kildare under the lights at Brewster Park Park on Saturday night.

The Ernemen have drawn their opening two games in Division Two and Breen feels that the league is going to be very competitive throughout.

“I think that’s going to be the nature of this division, it is just going to be nip and tuck and only a point or two in every game.

“We’ve another big one this week against Kildare. They are a big physical outfit but then again so were Cork and Tipperary so we will be well prepared for them. We know them now as we’ve played them a couple of times over the last couple of years and it is going to be a big challenge but it is one we are looking forward to and we believe we can get the two points,” he said.

Indeed, he is hoping that the fact that the game is a home one for Fermanagh will swing the game in their favour.

“Brewster Park has been decent to us in recent years and we don’t want teams to want to come to Brewster, we want teams to dread coming here. It’s our home patch and we don’t want anybody getting it easy here.

“We have only two home games left and we have to make the most of them,” said the Tempo clubman.

Last Sunday Fermanagh travelled to Semple Stadium to face Tipperary and returned with a share of the spoils although Breen was disappointed not to come home with both points.

“It was disappointing, especially with the chances we missed but I suppose we didn’t lose and we still got one point out of it. Hopefully when we look back it won’t have cost us at the end of the league,” he said.

Missed chances is a recurring theme to Fermanagh’s first two league games and Breen acknowledges that it is an area that they have to improve.

“We need to be more ruthless and clinical.

“We kicked 13 wides and it’s not as if they were pot shots from out around the 45, they were all within the scoring zone so we would be disappointed that we aren’t kicking them.”

However, the positive from that is that they are creating scoring chances.

“It would be worse if we weren’t creating the chances but we just aren’t taking them unfortunately.

“We are creating as many chances, if not more, than the teams we are playing so we will just keep working on it and hopefully it will come for us,” added Breen.