Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Ammies Hoping to Get Back to Their Best

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Ammies Hoping to Get Back to Their Best

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SALFORD City remain in second place behind Leyton Orient despite their 2-1 home loss to Dagenham and Redbridge at the weekend, which made it two league defeats in a row for Graham Alexander's side.

The Ammies face third placed Wrexham today who themselves have only won one of their last five league fixtures.

Both sides will be intent on getting back to their best and mounting an assault on the top of the table, though it will not be easy for Salford; their visitors have the best defensive record in the National League.

In the National League North, Curzon Ashton and Ashton United come face to face at the Tameside Stadium. United's defeat to Southport at the weekend left them four points from safety, while the Nash will be eager to get over their late disappointment at Kidderminster. …

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