King ready for Gulls test

Last Updated: Wed, 15 Jan 2014 12:01

Northampton caretaker boss Andy King admits his side are facing something of a 'six-pointer' against Torquay at Plainmoor on Saturday.

The Cobblers are currently four points adrift of the Gulls at the bottom of the League Two table, with Chris Hargreaves enjoying a victory in his first game in charge at the club last time out.

King told the club's official website: "Make no mistake this is a massive, massive game.

"We can't back away from that, every game now is big but this is a really big one.

"Torquay had a decent result on Saturday but I've got no fear going there and I'm still upbeat.

"I know what's wrong, we played well in patches on Saturday without a great physical threat. We haven't got the same personnel as last year that caused a threat but I think there is more fluidity in the team."

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