Head coach looks ahead to trip to Banks's Stadium
Uwe Rosler has challenged his side to ‘go again’ on Tuesday night against Walsall.
Rosler’s side suffered their first defeat in 19 games at home to Bolton Wanderers on Saturday, but travel to the Banks’s Stadium to face the in-form Saddlers.
The hosts have a strong home record, one that Town’s head coach is wary of.
“They have won six straight games at home and on the verge of the playoffs,” said Rosler.
“They are a very, very strong team. They play in a different makeup to Bolton but also play three at the back, so we’ll see what happens.
“We will be strong and will go again and aim to get a result – will it be a win, will it be a draw we will see.”
Despite the 4-2 score line against Bolton at Highbury, Town were arguably the better side in the first half and left themselves too much to do before Bobby Grant’s late goal.
“I was delighted with the way we played in the first half [against Bolton],” said Rosler.
“In many ways, I was pleased with what we showed against Bolton. We need to get the details right on set pieces and it’s a lesson for me and for my team.
“I think that you can’t go on a run like we did being mentally weak. A lot of people will hope that we are now. We want to win games, and if it’s not enough to win then we want to do enough to get a draw.”