Ross expecting Ware result
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Motormen looking for back-to-back wins
Redbridge manager Dave Ross is optimistic his side can beat Ware and increase their chances of remaining in the Ryman North next season.
The Oakside Stadium side beat Romford during the week to extend their lead over Boro in the final relegation position to six points.
Ross is hopeful the Motormen can make it two wins from as many matches when they travel to Hertfordshire.
“Ware are a decent team but we always go there reasonably confident. The players have confidence in their own abilities but it’s just not been happening at times,” he said.
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“Sometimes luck has been against us, sometimes it’s been with us. I can’t complain about that. But we go into Saturday’s game confident we can come away with something.”
The bottom of the Ryman North is extremely tight, with just six points separating Romford in 22nd and 17th-placed Great Wakering Rovers.
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Despite this, Ross says he will not be looking at other team’s results during the run-in to the end of the season.
“I’m not looking at other people’s results. I’m looking at our results. As long as we stay six points clear of Romford, we should stay out of the bottom three,” he added.