Rangers are all set for a big challenge

Deeping saw off Wivenhoe Town in the FA Vase last weekend for a fourth successive win
Deeping saw off Wivenhoe Town in the FA Vase last weekend for a fourth successive win

Deeping Rangers face a huge challenge in their bid for a fifth successive win.

The mid-table side head to Huntingdon Town who are the division’s only unbeaten side with nine wins and one draw so far this season.

The Cromwellians were last term’s runners-up and they also beat Deeping in the Knockout Cup final.

Rangers manager Tuncay Korkmaz said: “They will be hands-down favourites for the game on Saturday.

“You have to give them a lot of credit because their form has been tremendous.

“But we will be going there to give it our best shot.

“A top-eight place has to be our aim and that would be a decent season taking into account all our changes.

“It will take time to get our team going because we have three teenagers and another three lads who had never played in the UCL until the last month.”