Chester take on league leaders MK Dons this weekend, in desperate need of a win after 2 defeats on the bounce.
Bobby has been speaking to the official site:
Williamson said ‘In the cold light of day when you analyse the two defeats we`ve had at Bradford, you reflect back and you are disappointed that you`ve lost a game”.
“But, you look at how much possession we had over the two games and you start to put a better perspective on it and we did dominate both of those games and had chances without changing them into goals”.
“It does cloud your judgement immediately after the game, but as I said to the players, we have to be able to go to places like Bradford and dominate games”,
“Even though in the second game they (Bradford) were down to 10 men, I still believe that they would have fallen back and behind the ball the way they did in the previous game and left us with a lot of possession”.
“It worked for them on those two occasions but it isn`t a ploy that I would use at home because the last thing our fans want to see is their team defend a 1-0 lead or a very narrow lead, it isn`t a tactic that I would use at Deva Stadium”.
Chester City Team News:
City are without banned duo Hughes and Bolland.
While Vaughan and Cronin are both definitely out.
Player to watch: Chris Holroyd
The youngster will hope to get another start under his belt.
MK Dons Team News:
No new worries for Ince.
Player to watch: Drewe Broughton
Making a return to his old club
Match Facts & Stats
City were well beaten last time we met MK Dons in December 2006. We lost 3-0 as the Dons were on a six game unbeaten run under the then manager Martin Allen
Referee is : Mr E L Ilderton of Tyne & Wear (Games: 13 Yellow Cards: 26 Red Cards: 2)
Assistant Referees are: R Merchant and R L Metcalfe
Fourth Official is : G Hilton