Castle looks for improvement at Welling
ST Albans City manager Steve Castle is looking for his side to up their game as they bid to make it four successive wins in the Blue Square South on Tuesday. Saints head to Welling United having recorded wins at Newport County, Basingstoke Town
ST Albans City manager Steve Castle is looking for his side to up their game as they bid to make it four successive wins in the Blue Square South on Tuesday.
Saints head to Welling United having recorded wins at Newport County, Basingstoke Town and at home to Bognor Regis Town on Saturday.
Castle knows that his side have not hit top form during their run of victories and is looking for better. He said: "We have had a good chat about things and I am hopeful that we will put it right for Tuesday and that we will be continuing our winning run. We haven't played well and I said unlucky to Bognor because they should have got something out of it. I am aware it could have been an equaliser or with the chances that we have given them they could even have nicked all three points.
"Let's try and work football out. We have gone to Worcester City and I was so pleased with how we went about things and couldn't believe we didn't score. We started reasonably well at Team Bath and should have got ourselves up and we competed near enough all game but we have come out losing."
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Lee Clarke could be in contention for a place in the starting XI after a lively performance having replaced the injured Paul Hakim on Saturday. Clarke could also be an option for a midfield role alongside Luke Thurlbourne if the manager opts to switch Jonathan Hunt from central midfield to the flank. Gary Cohen could be pushed up from right midfield to a forward position.
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