Beverley Town Football Club return to Humber premier League action this weekend as they face Hessle Rangers for the second time in as many weeks.
The sides met last weekend in the East Riding County FA Senior Cup with Town defeating Rangers to book their place in the semi final.
Town boss Rich Jagger says his side are full of confidence though knows that Rangers will not be easy to beat with last week’s defeat fresh in their minds.
Speaking ahead of the game Jagger told HU17.net;
“It will be a tough game again against last weeks opponents. They will be keen to reverse the result from last week and we must be at our best to get the result.”
“Saying that we are playing with confidence and played with real spirit last week, so hopefully we can keep our good run of results going.”
Jagger will have to look to his squad after a number of his players picked up knocks in the last round of the cup, commenting on his team Jagger said;
“We go into the game missing Stu Oliver who is out with hamstring injury for three weeks, Ben Thomson who will be out for the foreseeable future with a minor ankle fracture, Alex Stark out with ankle ligament problems.”
“All these picked up last week against Hessle Rangers in the cup.”
Town who are in fifth place in the Humber Premier League travel to Wolferton School knowing they need a win if they are to continue to climb the table.
Now 14 points behind the league leaders, Chalk Lane, Jagger will be hoping his side can have a strong finish to the season as they look to end their campaign in top three.
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