Maddison is keen to get one over his old boss

Holbeach United boss Glen Maddison and skipper Matty Warfield (second left and second right) with Dean McCracken, John Smith from Definitions Health and Fitness, Spalding, and Glen Wells. ENGANL00120130919140639
Holbeach United boss Glen Maddison and skipper Matty Warfield (second left and second right) with Dean McCracken, John Smith from Definitions Health and Fitness, Spalding, and Glen Wells. ENGANL00120130919140639
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Holbeach boss Glen Maddison hopes his side can build on last week’s return to winning ways when they travel to Wisbech.

The two sides have yet to meet this year and have had similar seasons so it should be a close game.

Last week’s 2-1 home victory over Desborough will have done wonders for Holbeach’s confidence but Maddison wants to see more accuracy in front of goal.

He said: “We had 13 attempts on goal against Desborough, which was pleasing, but only six of them were on target so hopefully we will be more accurate at Wisbech.

“I want to see us push on from last week’s win and finish the season strongly.

“We have been unlucky in recent weeks but that’s the way our season has gone. We tend to either fall just short or we just get over the line.

“Wisbech, like ourselves, have had an indifferent season and they are just six points ahead of us so I hope we can close the gap on them.

“I played under their manager, Dick Creasey, so it would be nice to get the win.”

Central defender Matt Mattless is away on a course and Ryan Leggettis also unavailable but Maddison welcomes back James Reed and Adam Rothery.