Speaking ahead of the game, Jagger said;
“East Riding Rangers beat us earlier in the season, in what was probably our worst performance of the season, so we are looking reverse that result.”
“It is good to be back playing after a week off. Our previous result was a good win against league leaders Chalk Lane and we are looking to build on that with a strong finish to the season.”
Jagger will be missing some players though is excited about the return of Michael O’Connell who has rejoined town.
Commenting on his squad and the arrival of O’Connell, Jagger said;
“We are missing Stu Oliver and Craig Muirhead, however we are pleased to welcome new signing Michael O`Connell back to the club.”
“O`Connell rejoins after leaving East Yorkshire Carnegie, and is a familiar face having played for the club for a number of years.”
“Everyone else is available and are pushing for starting places. There is all to play for with the forthcoming senior cup semi final against Hull City.”
Rangers arrive at Longcroft with just three wins from their seventeen fixtures this season. While they have not had much trouble finding the back of the net, averaging over two goals per game, they do concede a lot of goals.
Town go into the game having slipped to fifth place in the Humber Premier League, one place and one point behind their rivals Walkington AFC.
Jagger will hoping his former club slip up at the weekend as they face a tough test as Walkington welcome the champions elect, Chalk Lane, to Broadgates.
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