Nine-point target of Tadcaster Albion boss Paul Marshall

Injured Tadcaster Albion goalkeeper Leon Wrigglesworth is doubtful for tomorrow’s tussle

Injured Tadcaster Albion goalkeeper Leon Wrigglesworth is doubtful for tomorrow’s tussle

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PAUL MARSHALL wants a perfect three from three as his Tadcaster Albion team look to bounce back in the Northern Counties East League premier division, writes Steve Carroll.

The Brewers boss has set his side a nine-point target from their next trio of games – starting with tomorrow’s clash against lowly Lincoln Moorlands Railway at Ings Lane.

Railway have managed just seven points from 28 games and have a goal difference of minus 118.

“After a couple of defeats we need to get back against a team we should score some goals against,” Marshall said.

“We want nine points from the next three games. That’s a must if we have any aspirations.”

Marshall has a number of injury worries to contend with.

Goalkeeper Leon Wrigglesworth, sent off in the 5-3 defeat to Basford United, and Will Pepper both have shoulder injuries, while Vincent Dhesi has just undergone an ankle operation.

He could also be without striker Carl Stewart, who has been struggling in recent weeks with a rib injury.

Albion’s chief says he will now be on the hunt for new additions to the squad.

“We have one or two bumps and bruises,” Marshall admitted. “We need to freshen things up and get a little bit of experience.

“We need to get a few players in this month so we are ready for the big push.”

Marshall added he wanted to thank York City Brewers, who are the match sponsors tomorrow.

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