Scott and his side go into this six pointer knowing a win will lift them off the foot of the table and above Rovers who, like Town, have won just once this season.
Speaking ahead of the game, Scott said;
“It was not a day at the office last week and I expect a big response this week from the team.”
“ We didn’t turn up until we were 4-1 down against Harchester and lacked the desire and energy we have showed in other matches.”
“The lads know where we went wrong and I fully expect them to bounce back next this weekend. I have had a few texts from the lads who were disappointed with the result and can’t wait to put things right.”
“Harchester United are a well organised team and will take some beating in this league.”
Scott has been busy trying to strengthen his squad and has secured the services of a highly experienced player, one he thinks could make the difference, he said;
“He has played at most levels and I expect his experience to have a positive impact on the lads.”
We are playing at Longcroft in the 2PM kick off on Saturday and would appreciate any local support.”
Town go into the match needing all three points if they are to avoid being cut a drift at the bottom of the table. While both Town and Rovers have just three points, Rovers have played on game less.
Stats make Town favourites on paper having conceded less and scored more goals than their opponent on Saturday.
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