Beverley Town Football Club return to Humber Premier League action this weekend as they welcome Goole United to the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Town will be looking to build on their success last week in the Whiteheads Fish and Chips Cup when they beat Hessle Rangers to reach the quarter finals.
Goole who have only lost twice this season will fancy their chances against Town side that has not won a league since October when they beat North Ferriby Athletic.
The visitors who are challenging at the top of the Huber Premier League could finish the day top of the pile if results go their way.
Ten points behind in the title race Town go into the match missing just one player, Matthew Dixon. The team however is boosted by the return of Dan McHale and Stu Oliver, while Craig Muirhead is hoping to be fit after injuring his knee at training.
In form Matty Littlefield will again be the danger man. With 11 goals in his last 14 games not only is he in fine form he is one the leagues most prolific strikers.
Town boss Rich Jagger says the mood is good in the camp and that his side looked in good touch ahead of the game, he said;
“The lads are in good spirits after last weeks win. We want to build on this , we’ve been playing well and hope to put a good run together before the Christmas break.”
“We are going into the match looking to take all three points. We did a bit of work on finishing in training last night, the lads looked sharp and we hope to get a good win under our belts.”
“As a side we are looking forward to a home game and putting a run together because the league position doesn’t justify the performances.”
Beverley Town Football Club kick of at 2PM – The bar will be open and there is plenty of free parking.
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