Eyüphan Toga completes his hat-trick against Real Forfar in last week's game.

Eyüphan Toga completes his hat-trick against Real Forfar in last week’s game.

Brook Street make the fifteen-mile trip north tomorrow to take on Real Forfar in the second leg of our league double-header. Buoyed by their 4-1 win last weekend, the New Home Park side travel in confident mood having now gone five games unbeaten.

On the eve of the final they also received the welcome news that Matt Cocker has recovered sufficiently from his twisted ankle to be included in the squad. As a result, both sides will be at full strength for the Angus derby.

“We played well last weekend”, said Marcus this afternoon, “but we’ve got to maintain our concentration and ensure there are no slip-ups”. He added, “We’ve given the opening goal away in our last two games, and we’ve been working to put a stop to that”.

He continued, “They’ll know a bit more about us now, and I would be really surprised if Eyüphan is allowed as much room tomorrow as he got last weekend. That said, he’s on fire at the moment, so he is more than capable of making more room for himself”.

The match kicks-off at 1630 BST.

Advertisements