Westley expects tough encounter at Wrexham

BORO boss Graham Westley expects a tough match when his team take on Wrexham this evening. Westley welcomes back Ronnie Henry following his three match suspension meaning Jon Ashton should move into the centre of defence allowing Michael Bostwick to resum

BORO boss Graham Westley expects a tough match when his team take on Wrexham this evening.

Westley welcomes back Ronnie Henry following his three match suspension meaning Jon Ashton should move into the centre of defence allowing Michael Bostwick to resume his place in midfield.

Charlie Griffin is expected to miss the game due to personal reasons while Andy Drury is also expected to miss out but should be back in training next week.

Speaking about this evening's opponents, Westley said: "I'd see it as more than a tricky game.


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"I think it is a very, very difficult place to go. They are a big ex-Football League club, massive support, they've a lot of money to spend and they've spent it on some very good players.

"I've been really impressed with them. They are very athletic, very mobile, they pass the ball very well and they are a really tough proposition.

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"They are tough and it's going to be a really awkward trip and the boys will have to be right on their game to make sure we come back with three points."

Wrexham could be without striker Lamine Sakho after he was injured against Crawley at the weekend and Frank Sinclair who is out with a thigh muscle tear. Andrew Mangan should be fit to start.

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