Wednesday go into tomorrow’s home game with Gillingham hoping to continue a run of form from early September that shows just one defeat in our last 13 matches in all competitions.
The sequence includes seven draws and five wins and three points against Steve Evans’ side tomorrow would signal back-to-back league victories for the first time since we began the season with three league one successes.
We are sitting in eighth place, two points adrift of the play-offs and nine behind leaders Wigan.
Darren Moore said today: “We want to replicate, and better, our performance against Sunderland. We feel it was a convincing display, as were the games against Rotherham and Wigan for example.
“We had real dominant performances and got the right results. Our attitude to deal with the opposition was spot-on by the players.”
There are no new injury problems and midfield pair Massimo Luongo and George Byers will come into Moore’s thoughts for the squad, both having returned to action in the midweek win over Harrogate Town.
Joe Wildsmith will continue to deputise in goal for Bailey Peacock-Farrell, who is away on international duty with Northern Ireland.
The match is our designated Remembrance league fixture. Wednesday’s shirts will display a poppy and the game will start following a bugle rendition of ‘The Last Post’ and one minute’s silence.