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IT'S A BIG GAME - WAY

2 December 2016

Town boss Darren Way will be asking his players to show how much they want three points when Crawley Town visit Huish Park tomorrow (3pm).

The Glovers extended their unbeaten run to seven against Accrington Stanley last weekend and have the chance to move into the Sky Bet League Two play-offs with a victory over the Red Devils.


Way has praised his squad’s commitment in recent weeks and believes his team will need to show more of it in order to see off Dermot Drummy’s Crawley.


“It’s a game to show how far we’ve come. That’s what makes it a big game,” he told YTFC’s official YouTube channel.


“It’ll be down to how much the players really want it because there’s a fine line between winning and losing at this level.


“The 2012/13 season was the last time we were in a position to get above that play-off line and I’m here four years on with that opportunity.


“The players will have to work extremely hard tomorrow and show unbelievable desire and commitment.”


Crawley ended their six-match winless run with a 3-2 win over Grimsby Town last Saturday.


Their win moved them up to 16th in the table and Way is expecting to face a good footballing side.


“They’re a good team,” he said.


“I know the way Dermot shapes his team - he gets them playing good football.


“Every player provides a different angle for the player on the ball and they try and play between the lines.


“They’ve got some clever players who have been through the system and Dermot knows them very well. 


“There are also one or two who have been here like Matt Harrold and (Lewis) Youngy so we know them well but every week it’s about what we do.”


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