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Same starting line-up as Saturday (i take it everyones fit?) or will Jay Curran come straight back in?

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I think it'll be the same as before for our starting line up but I can see Jay getting a run out as sub.

Be a tough game again tonight but I can see us nicking it with a single goal.

Don't think it'll be a big crowd tonight with some people saving their money till Saturday.

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Just looked at the table and fixtures.

Three difficult and important games coming up including Redbridge tonight if we want to enter the play off places.

Redbridge at home who are directly below us in the table and who we know will give us a close game. (no penalties tonight please Dobbo <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />)

This is followed by Enfield Town who are in a play off place with a couple of games in hand and will bring a few fans down to the Lane.

And then we play the current leaders away at their new home, Harlow.

IMHO, if we can keep the hard work going at the back then we have every chance of getting something from these games. Although everytime I have thoughts like that it goes tits up on the pitch - hopefully our run will continue tonight.....

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A win would be nice but would be good to just keep the unbeaten run of results going.

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Well that will do nicely, 2-1 win with goals from Jay and Rugg.

Coasted to a 2-0 lead at half-time but then relaxed a bit too much in the 2nd half and allowed Redbridge back into the game which led to a nervous last 10mins.

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thats good result for the lads, streches our unbeaten run

just to clear that up was it lee jay or Jay curran

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Ven0m_Gulls1 said:
thats good result for the lads, streches our unbeaten run

just to clear that up was it lee jay or Jay curran

cheers <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />


Lee Jay

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good result for the lads, although those last 10 minutes were not good for my blood pressure <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />
well taken goal by Lee Jay. showing what he is capable of.
keep it up boys, looking forward to saturday <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/angel.gif" alt="" />

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The job was done and dusted and we looked really comfortable and in control apart from a very dodgey last ten minutes.

Not sure I agree with taking off Rugg and subbing for a midfielder - it runs a few minutes off the clock but allowed Redbridge to continue to push us back into our own half. Whenever we cleared it, it came straight back as there was only Curran up front.

Gutted we lost our record of clean sheets as well tonight , but hey ho, 3 more points is fantastic.

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We looked a bit nervous in the last 15 minutes and started hoofing it aimlessly or miscontrolling the ball. We got away with it but damn it was close.

Great finish by Lee Jay for the first goal and Ruggy deserved his goal. Has worked so hard this season and has not got what his efforts have deserved.

Thought Crow was excellent tonight. Great shot that hit the post and influential in the 2nd goal.

Only setback was the last 20 minutes or so which seemed a bit of a reoccurrance of the bad old times from 6 weeks ago or so. Rode our luck for once but at least Dobbo and Kreyling stood up to the test.

As a side note, you may think 222 is a poor crowd for a Tuesday night. Well Billericay only got 200 for their match with Harrow

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Roll on Saturday.

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Thought we plaed some realy good football first half. Quick 1-2's through balls and the passing game not loads of this long ball stuff. Second half thought we played poorly compared to the first and we sat back a bit to much.

Any way roll on saturday for what will surely be a tough game!!

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it was a good game last night, agree with most comments we need to stay switched on, and not conceed goals, but a great result and also chelmo lost last night as well <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

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I think credit has got to go to our defenders/keeper over the past half dozen odd games. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/applaus.gif" alt="" />

Dobbo at the back has added that little bit of experience that we lacked. With Crow, Kreyling and Bourne it looks extremely strong now.

IMHO they have really turned it around allowing us to grab results where previously we would have thrown points away with silly errors.

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I think credit has got to go to our defenders/keeper over the past half dozen odd games. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/applaus.gif" alt="" />

Dobbo at the back has added that little bit of experience that we lacked. With Crow, Kreyling and Bourne it looks extremely strong now.



Agree. Think Bourney has really improved as a defender in recent weeks and nobody can fault Ricky's handling in recent weeks.

Dobbo and Dave Kreyling have been immense recently and thought Crow had his best game since he has returned to the club last night.

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they will be at hornchurch if they are any good!!!

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the back for have been really really good in recent weeks, and ricky has done great in some games he has nothing to do for 70 mins then pulls a world class save off show really good focus i think mel has really helped him, still think we need to take more chances up top tho!!

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they will be at hornchurch if they are any good!!!


...but surely one couldn't improve on the self-financing current Hx sqaud ? so why would you want 'em.

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i amsure we could have a whip round between the eastside!!

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Excellent result, roll on Saturday !




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