David Artell wants his players to build on Saturday’s deserved 1-0 win over Stevenage at Yeovil this weekend. The Alex boss is hoping that Jordan Bowery’s late winner against Boro will see us turn a little corner again after a disappointing September saw us fall away from the top spots.
Crewe Alexandra will be aiming to win on the road for only the second time this season, having previously won 1-0 at the home of our neighbours Port Vale back in August.
Ahead of our trip to Huish Park, Artell told crewealex.net: “The players have to perform, there's no point doing as well as we did on Saturday without backing it up.
“It's three games in a week again, suddenly you win all three and you're right up there. Lose all three and we are back to 'crisis time'.
“Let's take it one game at a time, we went there last season and didn't perform. We have to make sure we play how we can, because if we do we have a great chance. If we don't we'll get turned over.
“We'll go down and do it properly, we have some intense days of training then match-prep on Friday.
“Yeovil will be much like most teams in this league – on their day very good, not on their day as bad as what we were against Carlisle.
The boss added: “We have to make sure we don't give them any encouragement in the way we play.”