Boro ready to stick with win­ners

Rochdale Observer - - SPORT -

HAV­ING got back to their win­ning ways with last week­end’s vic­tory against Wig­ton at Rake­wood, Lit­tle­bor­ough face the short trip to Bolton this af­ter­noon (play­ers meet at the club1.15pm for a 3pm kick off).

Boro have found Bolton a dif­fi­cult team to beat in re­cent sea­sons, es­pe­cially away from home.

It will take some think­ing about ref­er­ence team se­lec­tion, al­though last Satur­day’s per­for­mance was the best they have pro­duced this sea­son and un­less in­juries or un­avail­abil­ity have an im­put, Boro may well stick with the same side that im­pressed so much on home turf.

The short dis­tance to travel should mean there is good sup­port for the Boro cause from the side­lines.

The sec­ond team are at home, where they take on Wi­gan’s sec­onds (play­ers meet 1.45pm for a 3pm kick off.

Hav­ing had no fix­ture last week­end the Boro play­ers will be look­ing for­ward to a re­turn to ac­tion this af­ter­noon.

The third team also play at Rake­wood to­day, where they en­ter­tain North Manchester 2 (play­ers meet 1.45pm for 3pm kick off).

The thirds will be con­fi­dent of con­tin­u­ing their pos­i­tive start to the sea­son.

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