Brighouse Town’s next opponents, Lincoln Moorlands Railway, might be sitting at the wrong end of the Baris NCEL Premier Division, but manager Paul Quinn is not taking any chances.
“Lincoln will have their own agenda,” said Quinn, whose side entertain the fourth from bottom side on Saturday at 3pm.
“Of course they would love to scalp a side at the top of the table but for them it is a fight for survival in this league and therefore it will make this game more difficult.
“Their motivation is the same as ours, we both need points and we are not anticipating a comfortable game. We talked about not getting complacent before the Staveley match and it will be the same for this one.”
“I don’t think it is now down to a two horse race between us and Scarborough. There are definitely a couple more twists and turns ahead and looking at the table I wouldn’t write off Bridlington.
“We are lucky that we have such a strong and flexible squad to call on, and when we have tired legs or injuries, quality replaces quality.
“We are fortunate to have our top goal scorer Tom Matthews back this weekend and getting nine points without him has really slipped under the radar.
“We also have no injury problems so it is nice to have a bit of a selection headache.”