Now Crows need the points
ROYSTON face Harpenden Town again on Saturday for the second time in eight days. Both clubs will know what to expect from each other, as they look to move out of the bottom three of Division One with Harpenden one point behind Royston at the foot of the
ROYSTON face Harpenden Town again on Saturday for the second time in eight days.
Both clubs will know what to expect from each other, as they look to move out of the bottom three of Division One with Harpenden one point behind Royston at the foot of the table.
The Crows will travel looking for all three points at Harpenden, and if the FA Vase match was anything to go by, the home side will be there for the taking.
"We'll know what to expect," said Phil Snowden.
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"They are a team we should be beating. We've just got to play our own game."
However, Snowden has been given a defensive headache as David Daniels joins fellow centre-back Michael Baker on the injury list. Allan Reid who partnered Daniels on Saturday is also a doubt through work commitments.
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Snowden said: "It's not ideal, but I'll have to shuffle the players around again. Michael Bloss can play in the centre, and I'll probably also bring Dave McMurrough back. He's returning from injury, but I thought he looked sharp at the weekend and took his goal well.
"It's great to have Allan back playing for us again and if he doesn't play he'll be missed. He's a fantastic player who has a great understanding of the game. I thought he was our best player against Harpenden."
The Royston boss also praised debutant Nicky Morgan for his sparkling first-half performance.
He said: "Nicky has so much ability. He was beating his marker every time and in the end he had two or three players on him. He's a player with a lot of skill and flair, and players like him will always try things on the pitch.
"Sometimes it might not come off, but with him more often than not it will.