A gag on his players worked for Jefferies the last time, so he has again urged them to do their talking on the park.
"Sometimes they can say things leading up to a big game and sometimes they can get stitched up," Jefferies said.
"Someone else can put a different slant on it and then it's good fodder for Falkirk to pin on their board and get fired up. So we'll alleviate all that.
"We did it the last time and it worked so if it ain't broke, why fix it? We won 3-0 so it's not a bad ploy.
"We'll make sure we get safe and do our talking when we we're safe."