Linnets begin run of away games with Redditch trip

November 30, 2018

The Linnets embark on a three-match run of away games on Saturday with a visit to the midlands to take on 16th-placed Redditch United. 
Town are unbeaten in the league in nine games - a run that has seen them move to just outside the play-off places.
They will be keen to carry on the forward momentum picked up in recent weeks as a busy month of the final calendar year begins.
Linnets boss Ian Culverhouse said: "We will enter the game intent on continuing our recent run of form.
"Last weekend was disappointing but we must learn from it and move to the challenge that Redditch pose. 
"We have set our standards high in our previous games but we couldn’t replicate it against Bedworth, so we draw a line under it and move on. 
"In all of my time being in and around football there have always been surprise results. We had one on Saturday and Redditch created one (4-4 at Kettering Town) in the week so they happen.
"That’s why we all love the game and that element that it throws up. I’m sure that result has really buoyed them up and will be really buzzing ahead of our visit. 
"I’m very surprised to see them where they are in the table they are in but they seem to have picked up a little recently and are moving up the league. 
"In previous games against them, it has always been a hell of a battle with very little to chose between the sides.
"It’s a 3G surface as well, so you add all these factors together and it’s very easy to see why I’m expecting a tough afternoon."
Aaron Jones and Harry Limb both missed last weekend’s action and decisions on both of their selections for the trip will be made closer to the game.       
Meanwhile, new reserve team boss Neil Fryatt could not have picked a trickier fixture to open his home tenure in the hot seat as clear league leaders Harleston visit The Walks in a Thurlow Nunn Division One North encounter (3pm). 



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