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By Matthew Jones

Its Leek Town Away this Saturday as The Boro look to keep top spot.

“Saturday will be no different, we will have to raise our game again” Jon Macken

Its away trip to Staffordshire to visit Harrison Park this Saturday as The Boro look to continue their fantastic league form and stay top of the pile.

Radcliffe have won 9 out of the last 10 league games, the only defeat coming at Ramsbottom on Boxing Day. The last victory for The Boro was a 4-0 over Newcastle Town at home last Saturday.

In the same period Leek have won six out of ten and lost two games. In the form guide they sit 4th and are one of the in-form sides in the league currently. Their last game was a 1-1 draw at Ramsbottom last Saturday.

Last Meetings

2012/13
Leek 2-1 Radcliffe (FA Trophy)

2006/07 (Last League Meetings)
Leek Town 0-0 Radcliffe
Radcliffe 0-0 Leek Town

With three points on Saturday Radcliffe will stay top of the league regardless of other results.

Jon Macken said ahead of the game:

Leek are a very good team, we’ve watched them done our homework there a physical team they work hard and are good footballing side also. Its going to be tough for us. We go into every game wanting to win of course, but knowing the level of performance we have to have and have set, Saturday will be no different, we will have to raise our game again.”
"We have our own levels of performance and standards, and what we want to try and improve on – to get better and better. The good thing is that the players are pushing each other now as well. We have a lot of players on the bench who our desperate to get on and we have strength in depth."

Kick Off at Harrison Park is 3pm on Saturday. Postcode- ST13 8LD
£8 Adults £5 Concessions all U16s Free.

COME ON THE BORO!!

Updated 23:21 - 5 Feb 2019 by Matthew Jones

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Mossley Preview The Boro look to bounce back with a home fixture v Mossley
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