Town are just two points behind Walkington in the table and know a win will take them about their local rivals.
Speaking to HU17.net Jagger said;
“First time in a long while we have an unchanged squad for this weekend’s game. Kurtis Bedford faces a late fitness test on an injured thigh, but we are hopeful he will be ok.”
“We are looking to keep our unbeaten league run going. We have worked hard on tightening up our defence, and now we need to look at the other end to start converting chances.”
“I’m looking around the whole team to help out with goals, not just the front two. Kegan Rose has been in fine form recently, and he will be instrumental for us in the middle of midfield.”
“Overall it should be a great game of local football.”
Walkington come into the game with much better record when it comes to scoring goals with 29 in the season so far. Town however have tighter defence while both side have won just five games so far this season.
Town, who are currently playing outside of Beverley while their ground under goes a some reconstruction work have switched the fixture to Longcroft School.
Jagger hopes the change of venue will encourage people to come out and support his side in their 2PM kick off, he said;
“I would urge supporters to come down and watch the game, city are away, the game is now at Longcroft so will definitely be on, why not come down and support grass roots football.”