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1 January 2017

Yeovil captain Ryan Dickson is anticipating a different game against former employers Crawley Town than the last time the two teams met.

The Glovers ran out comfortable 5-0 victors in a Sky Bet League Two clash at Huish Park back in December.

Otis Khan (x2), Tom Eaves, Ryan Hedges and Francois Zoko were all on target that day, but Dickson – who spent the 2014/15 season in Sussex - isn’t expecting a repeat of the feat. 

Speaking to, the 30-year-old said: "It will be a completely different game there. They've got a smaller pitch.

"It is very tight and their crowd get behind them. Our pitch is obviously very big which we can exploit teams with our athleticism and enthusiasm so it will be a different type of game so it would be nice to score five but I wouldn't bank on it."

The left-back featured 32 times for the Reds and picked up the Player of the Season award at the end of the campaign, but Dickson remains focused on the task in hand.

"It's a place that's a nice club. It's very family and fan orientated, which it has to be because it's not a financially huge football club.

"It will be nice to see a few old faces but I'm a player at Yeovil now."

Town take on Crawley at the Stadium on Monday (3pm) with tickets available to purchase online or on the gate. 

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