Beverley Town Football Club return to action this weekend as they face high flyers Reckitts AFC in the Humber Premier League.
Town boss Rich Jagger says his side will go into the match full of confidence as they look to extend their winning run to three games that has seen them score nine times and conceded just once.
Speaking to HU17.net ahead of the game, Jagger said;
“We are all looking forward to the game tomorrow. We are flying high at the moment and after last weekend’s superb result the games cannot come quick enough for us.”
“The lads are full of confidence after last weekend’s performance against Scullies, but we know that Reckitts will be tough opponents.”
“They are in second place in the league, but we are hot on their heels and can go above them if we win our games in hand.”
“I expect it to be a tight, physical game, and if we don’t have the right attitude, we will come unstuck.”
“However, I have belief and confidence in the squad, and we will go into the game looking for nothing less than the full three points.”
Jagger will have to wait until tomorrow to finalise his side, commenting on his selection for the big game he said;
“Matty Littlefield faces a late fitness test due to an ankle problem, and Joe Norton is missing. Karl Fitzgerald comes into the squad after an absence through work commitments.”
Last time the sides met in October goals from Nathan White and Alex Stark secured a 2-0 win against a Reckitts. The game also saw White sent off and banned for three games.
Jagger knows his team are in with a shout of decent finish in the league and could put themselves back in the mix for title if they can string together some results and others slip up.
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