It'll be a good contest tomorrow with the visitors coming to try and win the game. As a team that will probably help us, as our counter attacks are likely to cause more problems for opposition who commit men forward themselves. In saying that, every attack is difficult on our pitch with the dodgy bounces and divots that prevent clean passes being delivered. We'll certainly have a better chance of causing them problems down the wings if they set up to attack us though.
In their forward line they will welcome back a former fan favourite as loan recruit Freddy Eastwood is set to make his second debut for the club. The Coventry man has gone off the boil in recent years with a lack of game time contributing to his lack of goals, a problem that's only really formed since his move from Southend over 5 years ago. He'll want to come back with a bang and could start up top alongside Eliot Benyon, who has hit goals in recent appearances. Whoever starts for them will provide menace, that's for sure. Big Tunisian Bilel Mohsni has been left in the wilderness of late due to indiscipline, but he looks like he could return to the squad tomorrow. Standing at over 6 foot, the versatile spearhead will lead most ventures forward that they have and will provide a serious problem for our centre backs from set-pieces.
|Zebs and Harrold celebrating a friendly goal last summer.|
It'll be boiling tomorrow, so hopefully we can chill out come 5 o'clock knowing 3 points have been secured.
Up the Gas!