Billy Hollywood, Bedworth Uniteds manager hopes it is third
time lucky for his side when they play Sutton Coldfield away from home tomorrow.
"They have beaten us twice this season, both at home and both by 2-1," said
Hollywood. "They are only one point behind us and we want to win because it is a good
feeling to win and we want to finish as high up the league table as we can get."
Bedworth are without Jamie Bunch and Chris Goodman for the match. Bunch strained a
hamstring in midweek and Goodman has not recovered from a twisted ankle.
Bedworth still have the chance to win some silverware for their clubroom. They play
Budbrooke at home on Tuesday in the quarter-finals of the Daventry Cup which they won last
"It would be nice to win something this season and staying in the cup will help my
players to keep on their toes right to the end of the league season," said