PREVIEW: Crows v Langford
ROYSTON town welcome Langford to Garden Walk on Saturday in the hope of making it three wins on the spin. Their opponents currently sit 17th place in the Spartan South Midlands Premier, and have had a fairly poor season. The Crows will certainly be favour
ROYSTON town welcome Langford to Garden Walk on Saturday in the hope of making it three wins on the spin.
Their opponents currently sit 17th place in the Spartan South Midlands Premier, and have had a fairly poor season.
The Crows will certainly be favourites for the match - their fourth inside a week - and the management and players will see it as an opportunity to further increase their goals for tally.
The Crows have shown in their last three matches that, when on top of their game, they really can punish teams with their quality attacking play, which is highlighted by the fact they are the third highest goal scorers in the whole division..
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The defensive errors that had threatened to blight the remainder of the season appear to have been dealt with after three impressive displays at the back - including a confidence-boosting clean sheet against Broxbourne on Tuesday night.
Manager Paul Attfield has stated on numerous occasions in recent weeks that he's been forced to chop and change his squad in order to cope with the demanding fixture list between now and the end of the season.
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And, while a few weeks ago it seemed the players were struggling to cope with the constant chopping and changing, it's clear the players have grown used to the situation and are now very much back to the peak of their form.