Needham Market manager, Richard Wilkins, wants his side to “build on” Saturday’s superb 2-1 away win at high-flying Coalville Town by improving their home form, starting with tomorrow night’s visit of Suffolk rivals Lowestoft Town (kick-off 7.45pm).
Mildenhall Town entertain Stowmarket Town, from one division below, in a Suffolk Premier Cup tie at Recreation Way this evening, although home boss Dean Greygoose does not consider his side to necessarily be favourites to progress.
Colchester United goalscorer, Sammie Szmodics, admitted that the U’s failed to respond to a “kick up the backside” from manager John McGreal during the half-time interval, on their way to defeat at Stevenage.
Colchester United manager John McGreal saw his side blow a 1-0 lead at Stevenage this afternoon, although he was very unhappy with the second-half penalty decision which enabled the hosts to take a 2-1 lead in an eventual 3-1 home victory.
AFC Sudbury manager, Mark Morsley, insists that his side have “nothing to lose” when they take on Haringey Borough away in the third qualifying round of the FA Cup in North London this afternoon (kick-off 3pm).
Colchester United suffered only their second defeat of the season, at home to Bury on Saturday, but club captain Luke Prosser is adamant that the team will ‘bounce back’ against visiting Yeovil Town this evening.