As reported by ciderspace.co.uk

Yeovil Town manager Darren Way has said that he hopes the club will be able to recreate the same environment at Huish Park that they had in their last two home matches, when they come up against Macclesfield Town on Saturday. The Glovers are in mixed form, having won their last two home games against Cambridge United and Morecambe, yet have collapsed somewhat on their travels, having recorded six defeats in a row away from home.

They now return back to South Somerset on Saturday, in what will be an extreme six-pointer, with 22nd placed Yeovil coming up against 23rd placed Macclesfield, as both teams move into the final ten games of the season. With the Glovers currently holding a six point gap on Sol Campbell‘s side, they hold the upper hand, but with the Silkmen having a game in hand, they will hope to gain a victory that would put them within touching distance of the Glovers.

Way’s side go into the match on the back of two defeats, but he hopes his players will be able to bounce back from those results, and told BBC Somerset that he has become used to being part of a club involved in relegation scraps over the years:

We talk about bouncebackability. These players have handled the pressure well, because we’ve got some young players. For me, it’s not nice to say, but I’ve been in this position before. I think we’ve had the last seven seasons out of ten at this football club, where

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