The Albyn Park men hit Camelon for five last week, joining Penicuik Athletic as second top goal scorers in the Super League behind top-of-the table Kelty Hearts.
All five came after a goalless first half, with Broxburn, sat sixth, ruthless in demonstrating their firepower.
“I think we’ve been threatening a result like that for a while,” said Christie. “It was quite a tight first half with both teams having chances to go ahead, then in the second half we played great and scored a few. It was a great win.
“Scoring goals has never been the problem, it’s been keeping them out, although we are starting to get better at that I think. We had a clean sheet against Bo’ness and I thought in the game against Kelty [2-0 loss in Fife] we were really unlucky.
“We’ve not done particularly well against Musselburgh recently so we’ll need to give a better account of ourselves than we did last time [beaten 5-1]. They gave us a doing at our park and we let ourselves down. We’ll need to be firing if we’re going to get anything from the game because they are a good side.”
Christie has bolstered his squad by bringing in former Hibs youngster Ryan Baptie on loan from Peterhead. The 22-year-old left-back made a big impression in a similar move at Linlithgow Rose last season, playing a key role as the Prestonfield side reached the fifth round of the Scottish Cup.
Christie added: “He’s a good footballer. He has got a good left foot and good delivery, we are pleased to have him. He needed regular games so Jim McInally [Peterhead boss] has given him on the understanding that he can recall him right away if needed.”