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Cargill hoping to use momentum on Tuesday night against Bury

11 September 2017

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On-loan defender Baily Cargill believes momentum will be key ahead of Tuesday night’s Sky Bet League One fixture with Bury.

Cargill made his first league start for Uwe Rosler’s side last weekend against The Latics in the dramatic 2-2 draw at Highbury.

Ashley Hunter’s 92nd minute penalty salvaged a point for the Cod Army, with Cargill hoping to take this momentum into the game against the Shakers.

“Not losing is a very good quality to have,” said Cargill.

“Obviously you want to win majority of games but I think we did really well to get a point in the end. It was a good point gained rather than a bad one. I think it gives us confidence with the goal coming late.

“We left the pitch on a bit of a high so I believe momentum is on our side and that is always a good thing.”

Town play their second home match in four days, and welcome Lee Clark’s side who have picked up four points from their six matches so far.

“I think it will be a similar story all season. Most teams are quite competitive and strong up top,” added Cargill.

“Oldham had Davies up front on Saturday and Bury have strength in depth in their squad. They’ve got some good players in there and we need to be ready.

“The gaffer bangs on about how good the record was here last season keeping 20 clean sheets.

“We need to get back to that. We had three clean sheets on the bounce and getting clean sheets will help us win games.

“We are at home on Tuesday and we should feel comfortable. The atmosphere adds to the occasion and it’s something us players enjoy being part of and coming to a ground with atmosphere is a great thing.”

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