Wed 6 Apr 2022 - 11:09PM
The Lambs head to Lowestoft Town on Saturday knowing that it is another big game, but at the opposite end of the table to where they were last week. At Banbury United, the home side had to win to be crowned Champions, but on Saturday the Trawler Boys must win in their fight to avoid relegation. The stakes are high for Tamworth too who have the small matter of extending their unbeaten run, which started 9 games ago.
Andy Peaks is fully aware of the challenge his side are facing, “This is completely the other end of the scale where you go on a long trip away and there will not be as many fans there as last week “It'll be a different sort of test, but you know, I want us to do well because it doesn't matter where you get your points from, whether it be beating the top teams or the lower teams, you still get the same three points. “The boys were fantastic last week and we were unlucky not to come away with all 3 points, but this is a different sort of challenge, and I'm looking forward to it. “I'm going to make sure the boys are ready to put another shift in.”
The manager had to make changes to the team last week with Ben Bailey and Jordan Clement ruled out due to illness, and they may be back in contention for the trip to Lowestoft.
The hosts are rock bottom of the table and 7 points behind third from bottom Nuneaton Borough, but with a game in hand. They have lost their last 3 games, although they did cause a shock with a 3 - 2 away win at Coalville Town a few weeks ago,
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