Speaking after the midweek win, manager Curtis Woodhouse said: "I'm so happy with the result. It was a tough, tough game. Did we deserve all three points? Probably not. Jacko (Tom Jackson) made some unbelievable saves, bodies were on the line and it was a really tough night in the office." Previewing tomorrow’s match, Woodhouse added: "It’s going to be an exciting season because when you see the results in the league, it’s absolutely all over the place."
"We just need to do the best we possibly can and get as many points on the board as possible and keep progressing. I’m really proud to be the Gainsborough Trinity manager, everybody is doing the best they can and that’s all anybody can ask. Every three points needs to be massively celebrated because so much goes into it and we roll onto Saturday positive and upbeat. We’ll go there and give it our best and that’s all we can promise."
Trinity’s hosts tomorrow currently sit 16th in the table having accumulated 6 points from 2 wins and 4 losses. Managed by Lee Fowler, a well-known midfielder on the circuit, Boro enter the fixture having lost 2-1 at Warrington. The recent signing of Neil Danns adds to the experience within the home side's camp, standing between Trinity and their first away points of the campaign.
Travel to the area is not advised with Radcliffe based in Greater Manchester and currently rated as a Tier 3 venue as of 00.01 on Saturday.
However, should you choose to make the journey please ensure guidance issued by stewards and club officials are respected upon arriving at the Neuven Stadium. Kick off is from 3pm with live coverage provided by Rob Hughes on Mixlr from 2:55pm.
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