Banbridge Town are facing their biggest game of the season.
That’s the warning from Manager Ryan Watson, who is demanding his side bounce back immediately from a ‘disaster’ of a 3-0 defeat to Moyola Park last weekend.
On Saturday, they travel to Dundela, who are three points behind Town. The relegation threatened 10th spot is just a point further back and so Watson knows the significance of this game.
“This is our biggest game of the season, without a doubt,” he said. “The players know that. We have to get something out of it.
“It’s so important to our survival and if the players don’t realise that, then there is something very badly wrong.”
Watson was far from pleased with his side’s display in the home loss to Moyola. And now he’s looking at changes to the starting XI.
“The players have to do better, I have to do better,” he said.
“I’m going to have to shake things up. I have to do my job and make sure I get my team selection right. I have to make sure they are capable of doing what I want them to do.
“I need 11 warriors out there this weekend to go into battle.”