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Perfect timing the key for Hungerford

Two more games as play-off race gets serious

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Perfect timing the key for Hungerford

Scott Rees - Back on Monday

HUNGERFORD TOWN face another two-game blast with manager Bobby Wilkinson believing that is side is coming into form at just the right time.

A run of three straight wins has lodged them back in the play-off zone, and Wilkinson is pushing his squad to capitalise as rivals face each other.

“We are doing what we do every year and are coming in strong,” said the manager, “and we’ve never been in this position at this stage of the season.

“We know that it can change if we lost a game or two, but the players are coming into form at the right time and are playing with confidence.”!

Hungerford are at home to Cirencester Town on Saturday and again to Slough Town on Monday with Matt Day and Scott Rees missing the former through suspension but returning for Monday’s game.

“We’ll give Cirencester every respect” said Wilkinson, “they beat Poole last week and scored three at Kettering and are having a good season, and Slough know that they can beat us and maybe have a chance of getting back in i”

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