Blues are hoping to make it five wins from six starts on their trip into Derbyshire

Leek Town manager Neil Baker.

LEEK Town will be bidding to make ot five wins from six starts when they make the short trip over the county border into Derbyshire in the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League tomorrow (April 13).
Their opponents are struggling Glossop North End, currently lying six points above the relegation zone in the West Division, but manager Neil Baker is warning his players not to be complacent.
Baker told the Sentinel’s Jim Hannah:” I have said many times, anyone is capable of beating anyone in this division, so we won’t be taking them lightly, but we will be going theure to win the game.
“We are all aware of what is at stake, and yes we will be expected to go there and win and that brings a little pressure with it, but I’m sure we will cope.”
Striker Tim Grice is Blues only injury doubt for tomorrow’s visit to the Arthur Goldthorpe Stadium, within the beautiful surroundings of the Peak District.
Grice came off with a hamstring injury during last weekend’s 3-1 home win over .
Glossop have lost their their last three games and have won only once at home this season.
Blues follow up tomorrow’s game with a trip to Clitheroe next Saturday, ahead of a home clash with Chasetown on Easter Monday, and then complete their league programme away to Colwyn Bay on Saturday, April 27.