Cobblers v Minstermen

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We're due a loss here after winning at Sixfields 2-0 in consecutive seasons. Seem to have turned a corner the last two games however, scoring goals again so hoping we can nick this one. No O'Toole for Northampton should help us out alot. We've got the boy Diego back from Sheffield United until the end of the season, quality player at this level. Usually Diego would walk into the team but with recent performances i think we'll be sticking with Carson, Coulson, Sinclair and Fletcher as our attacking quartet for this one. Diego to make an appearance off the bench.
 

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York have certainly been a problem the last 2 seasons at home. The last 2 results havnt been what we had hoped, although the last minute leveller at Mansfield at least means all momentum hasnt gone.

Have to win this to keep ourselves in any contention for the playoffs, I think at home the way we have been creating chances we will score a few. 3-1 victory I am going for.

Interested to see how Emile Sinclair is received back at Sixfields.
 
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York had one or two moments which were made to look a bit more dangerous with some dramatic saves by Duke. Reality is though for their attacking players looked very poor. Emile Sinclair on the hole was poor - no surprise there.

The ref had an absolute shocker - seemed to let Russ Penn in is head too much. Would like to see the incident in first half again when Ojineck and Rico collided. Ojineck also may have handled outside area - would have prefered actually not getting a goal and have 1 man extra for 90 minutes.
 
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York had one or two moments which were made to look a bit more dangerous with some dramatic saves by Duke. Reality is though for their attacking players looked very poor. Emile Sinclair on the hole was poor - no surprise there.

The ref had an absolute shocker - seemed to let Russ Penn in is head too much. Would like to see the incident in first half again when Ojineck and Rico collided. Ojineck also may have handled outside area - would have prefered actually not getting a goal and have 1 man extra for 90 minutes.
Definate Handball by Bobby O for the first, he got a little touch on it. As for the collision it was right in front of me, minimal contact, it was right on the dead ball line, Richards booted the ball out then took a tumble. Olejnik was fuming with him for it.

Our forwards never got going yesterday, a shadow of the force they were last week, need them back firing for Exeter at home on Saturday.
 

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