Stuart McCall's side have won only once at home this season - against Inverness in September - and it is a statistic that is becoming an increasingly heavy millstone around the neck of the Lanarkshire club.
Well's next chance to address their home form comes against the Staggies and Higdon wants to set the record straight. "We haven't been playing so well in terms of results at home but hopefully we can turn it around tomorrow," Higdon said.
Despite their reticence in front of their own supporters the Steelmen are in fifth place in the table, only four points behind leaders Celtic, albeit having played a game more. Liverpool-born striker Higdon, 29, has been key to that as the second top scorer in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League behind Hibernian's Leigh Griffiths with 10 goals.
"It is a tight pitch and sometimes it is hard to break teams down, as it was against Hearts the other week," Higdon added. "The first goal is key in every game. If you look at the stats then whoever scores the first goal normally goes on to win the game.
"Once we get the first goal, which is key as I said, and get a few more then I'm sure we will give a team a good doing out there."
Shaun Hutchinson and Simon Ramsden are back in contention having recovered from respective hamstring and calf injuries.
McCall will soon be ready to welcome back another defender, Steven Saunders, who is ready to play again after recovering from an August operation on his knee, which followed an Achilles injury which ruined last season for the 21-year-old Scotland cap.
The former Bradford boss said: "He was looking to get part of the under-20 game this week but unfortunately it was called off. He was out for a large part of last season and to get fit in pre-season and injure himself again, not the same injury but to be out a similar length of time, is heartbreaking for the kid.
"It is about strength of character when you are out that long, after being out so long before and he is mentally strong. He had a long road back and the physios are happy with him - and we didn't expect any less - so he has done well. Obviously he just needs to get games under his belt."