FOOTBALL: Revitalised Tigers are hunting Corby victory

LIKE FOR LIKE: Lewis Sturman (right) is expected to replace banned skipper Joe Braithwaite (left).
LIKE FOR LIKE: Lewis Sturman (right) is expected to replace banned skipper Joe Braithwaite (left).
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In-form Holbeach United are eyeing a fifth UCL Premier Division win on the trot.

The Tigers welcome struggling S & L Corby to Carter’s Park on Saturday (3pm), fresh off the back of a 2-0 derby win over Boston Town on Tuesday night.

That moved Glen Maddison’s men up to ninth in the table – and the confident boss believes that his side can keep their run going.

Maddison said: “I’d like to think that this is another game we can look to win.

“I saw them play at Deeping recently and I was reasonably impressed, but we’re on a good run.

“When we were on a losing run each game looked harder on paper. But now we’re on winning form, the fixtures look more winnable.

“I think we’ll have plenty more stages of the season when the results turn. We’ve not been drawing games, so we’ve either been on a good run or a bad one all season.”

Lewis Sturman is expected to be recalled in place of banned skipper Joe Braithwaite, while winger Tom Sergeant continues his lengthy ban.

New signing Frazer Bayliss isn’t fit to be involved either, despite sealing his move from Boston Town.