Friday Sport: Blues boss will be demanding a more disciplined performance from his players at Grove

NEIL Baker will be expecting better discipline from his players at Kidsgrove Athletic tomorrow after Tuesday night’s horrow show against Alvechurch.

The Blues boss, pictured, looked on in disbelief as his side surrendered a comfortable 3-0 lead in the closing 10 minutes to draw 3-3 after having two players sent off

Sam Hall and Niall Maguire were both given their marching orders in a game Leek had earlier looked set to win comfortably.

Both players will be available for tomorrow’s visit to the Novus Solutions Stadium but they inevitably face bans in the near future.

Hall was dismissed when Leek were leading 2-0, after being shown a second yellow card in the match, but Maguire saw straight red after pushing over an Alvechurch player immediately after the visitors scored their second goal.

“I am always on at players to keep their discipline and Tuesday night was a classic example of why,” said Baker.

Leek travel to Kidsgrove seeking revenge for defeats at the hands of their opponents in the league and cup earlier in the season..

Blues could be up against as many as seven of their former players in Anthony Malbon, Lee Cropper, Jon Beaumont, Kyle Diskin, Ross Davidson, Leon Ashman and Rhys Thompson.

Horse Racing

TOMORROW is ‘Super Saturday’ at Uttoxeter with the first race at 1.20pm on the seven-race card at the East Staffordshire course.