Racing Warwick face a tough home game against second placed
Newport and will be looking for a response after the disappointing 3-1 defeat against Moor
Manager Martin Bewell was far from impressed by his sides performance last
Saturday and is ready to change the attack in a bid to boost the goal tally.
Youngster John Paul Turpin, who can see the Warwick ground from his bedroom window, is
set to start the game. The teenager has been involved in the squad all season and appears
to have done enough to convince Bewell that he is worthy of a regular starting place.
"John was a very high scorer in the Stratford youth team last season and certainly
knows where the goal is.
"We were without centre half Jason Woodley and he should be back with us again. He
had to work some irregular hours but has now started a new job that should allow him to
"Newport have just lost to Clevedon but that is certainly no disgrace and we know
it will be a very tough game.
"We just have to make sure we are on our own game and have everything right. If
that is the case then I am confident that we can get something from any game."