The Cobblers have all of it to do in Gloucestershire.
Northampton boss Keith Curle will not offer up on promotion as the Cobblers want to reverse a 2-goal deficit in the second leg of their Sky Bet League 2 play- off semi-final with Cheltenham.
The Robins remain in lead after declaring a 2-0 triumph in Thursday’s first leg, however the Cobblers boss stays confident that the tables can be turned.
Curle thinks that an early goal will be important if his team are to claw back the deficit and continue to the Wembley final.
“Two-nil can be a difficult lead to defend,” he informed the club website.
” Things didn’t rather drop for us on Thursday night, however on Monday night we need to think they will.
” If we can get that first goal on Monday night then it truly sets things up.
“There are more goals to be had in this tie and I think you will see that on Monday night.”
Curle likewise verified that he will have a full enhance of players to select from for the clash, with the entire squad fit and readily available for choice.
“Callum Morton has had a bit of an issue with a hamstring when football was suspended that took him a while to overcome and I took him off on Thursday as more of a precaution,” he stated.
“I need him on Monday night and we will have Sam Hoskins available as well.”
Cheltenham manager Michael Duff concurred that absolutely nothing has actually been settled, in spite of his side holding the benefit.
“It’s cliche, but its half time,” he stated in an interview on the club’s website.
” We do have a mantra, which’s that all you can do is win a half offootball Come in at half time, reassess and see where you’re at.
“There’ll be no sitting back or trying to protect our lead, we’ll be trying to win that half of football on Monday night.”
Exeter defender Dean Moxey worried the value of his side bringing their shooting boots as they want to reverse a 1-0 deficit against Colchester.
“We know what we have got to do now,” Moxey stated on the club website.
“I think we were possibly the better team up until the final third, we just never tested their goalie on the day. I don’t think we had a shot on target. We will have to change that straight away.”
Colchester boss John McGreal acknowledged that his side hold a benefit however firmly insists there will be no complacency.
“It’s a little bit of an advantage but we know that it’s going to be another tough game,” he informed the Essex County Requirement.
“We’ve got to improve on it, there’s no question of it. We’re not sitting here thinking the job’s done or half done – we have to improve on that performance.”