WGC hoping Tigers are not on roaring form

PUBLISHED: 09:35 27 February 2009 | UPDATED: 21:44 26 October 2009

City midfielder Jason Williams will be looking for a win against high-flying Kingsbury London Tigers

City midfielder Jason Williams will be looking for a win against high-flying Kingsbury London Tigers

WGC are gearing up to face Kingsbury London Tigers at home tomorrow (Saturday). And the game will mark a chance for the Citizens to put right what went wrong in the away tie earlier this season. When Paul Tomkins was in charge, the Herns Lane club drew 1-

WGC are gearing up to face Kingsbury London Tigers at home tomorrow (Saturday).

And the game will mark a chance for the Citizens to put right what went wrong in the away tie earlier this season.

When Paul Tomkins was in charge, the Herns Lane club drew 1-1 after going 1-0 up.

What's more, the Tigers had two men sent off but City were devoid of ideas and stumbled to a point.

Although most of the current squad were not at the club at that time, for players like Richard Teixeira, Jason Williams and Raff Kaphouris it will be a chance to put to bed that memory.

Citizens boss Del Deanus said: "It will be a tough game on Saturday for sure.

"They like to play football, but they can try all they like to get the ball down, but the pitch won't help.

"If anything the pitch might play in our favour as we are used to it. It definitely needs working on.

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