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 By Henry Deacon (@H_Deaconmedia) 

“A big week ahead” says the Gaffer Lee Bradbury. After defeat away to Truro on Tuesday night, he believes he will get a strong reaction from his side at Twerton Park tomorrow.

 

“3 big games this week. Bath are a very good side, in some good form at the moment with Gerry Gill’s coming in and doing a good job with them and got them chasing the play-offs now. We’re expecting a tough game.”

 

“They’ve turned around a little bit and I think they are now capable of making the play-offs if they continue the run that they are on and it is up to us to stall it on Saturday, it’s always a difficult place to go and we need to make sure we enforce ourselves on them and use that disappointed on Tuesday against Truro to get ourselves a result.”

 

And to the result against Truro, a result which disappointed the Hawks but not one which will wound either the squad or Lee Bradbury. “I thought we dominated the game and unfortunate not to score in the opening 20 minutes with a couple of good chances and they scored with their only effort on goal which is frustrating because they’ve only have 3 efforts on goal in the two games and they scored all 3, so we’ve had our pockets picked there but we’ve done that to other teams this year so it does even itself out a little bit but it’s annoying when we’re on the other side of it but now we’re only concentrating on Saturday.”

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