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By Henry Deacon (@H_Deaconmedia)

Hawks Boss Lee Bradbury is hoping for a similar performance against Boreham Wood to that earlier on in the season, when we visit Meadow Park in The National League.

 

The Hawks are returning to league action for the first time in two weeks and are also vying for just their second away win of the season.

 

But the gaffer just hopes that some of the chances of recent weeks can come up trumps in the clash against Luke Garrard’s side.

 

“We have some big games coming up” – Bradbury ushered. “They’re a good team, but when we played earlier on in the season, we drew the game but I thought we were the better side on the day and if we play as well this time against them I think it would be a good thing.

 

“We’ve created good chances of late, but never really taken them, I’ve bought in Matt Paterson who knows the club, knows the players and will fit in seamlessly as a local lad with a point to prove and hopefully he can take the chances that we creating at the moment.

 

“It’ll be a big game for us, we’re on a tough run of games at the moment where we’re playing some real big clubs, but we are where we want to be and are enjoying the challenges that are coming with it.”

 

The Hawks’ away record has been indifferent so far this season, with the solitary league success on the road coming against Braintree Town in August. And Bradbury feels that the from on our travels will be pivotal in our National League survival fight.

 

“I think it’s the key for us to staying in this league. I think our home form is reasonably good this year, especially of late and the away form has been sporadic at best.

 

“We need to be harder to beat but at the same time we want to win games so we need wins really, not draws.”

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