THE Kempsey Saints will head to Foster tomorrow to take on Wallis Lakes in the Football Mid North Coast Premier League.
The Saints and Lakes met twice last year with both games ending in a draw but Saints captain Jason Fisher believes if his team concedes no goals, the Saints will be in with a good chance.
“We had two draws with them last year and we were a bit unlucky due to a 50/50 call going against us which lost us the game,” he said.
“They play the same formation as us and their strength is in their attack. The attack we took last year was never going to stop them so I believe we just have to score more than them and play with more of an attacking style.
“I’m expecting Evan Clarke to keep on his goal scoring form and Blake Webster should continue working like a workhorse in defence.
Fisher expects the game to be tough but he believes the work they have put into defence should give the Saints a good result.
“At training we worked hard on our defence because the problem so far is that we have conceded too many goals,” he said.
“Wallis Lakes tend to come out of the blocks 100 miles an hour and they are a side that will go all day. If we can get through the first 20 minutes and keep it fairly even I believe it will give us a chance of taking away the points.”
The Kempsey Saints play Wallis Lakes in Foster tomorrow.