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We need to grind out results - says Taunton boss


TAUNTON Town will be without top scorer Rocky Neal for their Southern Premier South game at home to Wimborne Town on Saturday.

Neal, who snapped up both goals in a 2-1 win at Wincanton in the Somerset Premier Cup in mid-week, completes a three-match suspension.
Taunton fielded a much-changed side for the tie at Wincanton but will be back at virtual full strength
The Somerset side's boss Rob Dray said: "Taunton have a reputation for being horrible to play against and I'm keen for us to play up to that.
"We need to grind out results with a tough Christmas period ahead of us.
"The league is very, very tight, with the odd goal deciding games. I think it will be tight all season, and the top sides can beat each other on any given day.
"I believe two points a game on average is enough to make the play-offs - we're going well and can still improve."
Taunton go into today's clash in third spot, seven points behind the leaders Weymouth but with a game in hand.
If they win on Saturday and beat Walton Casuals next Wednesday they will go up to second in the table.

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