AFC Sudbury hope to keep it going

WITH the King's Marsh pitch in excellent condition AFC Sudbury go into tonight's Zamaretto League Cup (Red Insure Cup) game at home to Cambridge City on the back of a good team performance at Sutton Coldfield on Saturday.

WITH the King's Marsh pitch in excellent condition AFC Sudbury go into tonight's Zamaretto League Cup (Red Insure Cup) game at home to Cambridge City on the back of a good team performance at Sutton Coldfield on Saturday.

AFC manager Nicky Smith said “Everyone worked hard for each other and that's what we want, it was a well deserved victory it's never an easy place to go”.

Of the cup tie Smith “We want to do well in it and I will put out my strongest possible side, we have a couple of injuries but we'll give it a good go”.

On the injury front Stuart Ainsley picked up a slight dead leg and ill be looked at prior to the game. With Sam Clarke suspended, Wayne Saunders comes into the squad, along with another of the promising reserves players Camillo Douglas.


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