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Notts To Fight For The Right To Excite

23 August 2013

Notts County will have to show every side to their game if they are to overcome Stevenage this weekend, says first team manager Chris Kiwomya.

Graham Westley's side travel to Nottingham on the back of three consecutive league defeats and will be determined to get some points on the board.

Boro have a reputation for being a physical outfit and the Magpies are prepared for a battle this Saturday afternoon at Meadow Lane (3pm kick-off). 

Kiwomya wants his side to fight for their right to play and excite the home crowd with plenty of attacking football. 

"Stevenage been very unfortunate in all the reports that I read and in the Orient game they were very unfortunate to have won or at least got a draw," Kiwomya told the press. 

"They got a great result against Ipswich in the cup and I know they were very good that day.

"We will not be taking them lightly because it will be a very difficult game for us.

"They pressure a lot and they're a big team so we've got to be aware of that.

"We've got to impose our game and as the home team we've got to get on the front foot and make it difficult for them.

"We've got good players and it's good to have one or two back.

"We always want to be able to fight fire with fire but when you've got the ball you've got to play to your strengths."

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