The Rams will be hoping that their first home meeting with Leek Town is better than their first away meeting, The Rams are only facing Leek for the second time in clubs’ history and they will want to forget the game at Harrison Park in Mid-September, as they lost 4-0. There’s been a lot a change at the club since the first meeting between the two sides, Mark Fell left and Chris Willcock was appointed in October
Chris suffered his second defeat as Rammy boss on New Year’s Day when they lost to second place Atherton Collieries who themselves are now on a 4 game unbeaten run. Chris said to our media team post-match that “We’ve had a couple of bad days in 18 games but recently we’ve been very good. We’re in a good position and there’s still plenty of points to play for. “The last time we conceded three goals, we went three games without conceding. Let’s look for the same response again”
The visitors Leek Town are the leagues in form team as the sit top of the form table as they are unbeaten in 6 games, The Rams will be looking to stop it stretching to 7 games as the players & staff of the Rams will be looking to climb back into the play off places with a win against play off rivals Leek Town, a win for the Rams would see them back into the Top 5 and Leek drop out of it.
Ryan Ellison will be available again after suspension. Chris Willcock’s will carry onto manage Ruben Jerome & Tom Kennedy who missed the game last time out through injuries.
The Rams will be looking to get back to winning ways after a defeat on Tuesday so, why not get down to the HWRS and support your local team…