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Chatham Town make the long trek to Wroxham on Saturday as Kent’s form team after recording a sixth straight league win in midweek.
Kevin Watson’s side are flourishing late in the season and they’ll make the 300-mile round trip to Norfolk in good spirits.
Wroxham are in relegation trouble near the foot of Ryman League, Division 1 North and Watson, while warning his players against complacency, wants the feel-good factor to continue.
He said: “The players are working harder now, asking more of each other and enjoying it. When you pick up a few wins it becomes a habit. There’s an expectation now that we’re going to win games.
“But Wroxham away is a dangerous game. I criticised the lads after the first half against Waltham Forest (on March 12) because I thought they were complacent in the way they approached it.”
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