Both teams came through un-scathed on Wednesday with no injuries to get too worried about and Chorley should have Stephen Jordan back in contention after missing recent games with a groin injury. For us James McQuilkin returned to the side after missing a game with an ankle injury and lasted the full ninety minutes while Elton N'Gwatala continues to be missing due to his shoulder injury. Also missing is Daniel Nti (achilles) and Josh Ezewele (calf).
Chorley will be coming here knowing that to reach the final they will have to become less defensive and come out to score goals. We already know that their defence is tough to break down even after going a goal behind so for us an early goal is essential. Strangely we always seem to start on fire but then we fail to score even after having all the possession and pressure so it's something that needs to be worked on and make sure that final ball is the crucial ball.
The stakes are high in this game and the reward is high so with a big crowd behind us we should be able to complete the task that was started in mid week and go on to meet whoever in the final next Saturday. Get behind the lads and roar them on.
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