Wolves on the hunt for a home victory
LOUTH Town will bid to get back their promotion charge up and running again when they host Clipstone Welfare tomorrow (3pm).
The White Wolves are fourth in the Northern Counties East League Division One ahead of the visit of mid-table Clipstone.
Daryl Clare's men are hoping to get back to winning ways after losing 3-2 at Knaresborough Town last Saturday – a result which followed a goalless home draw against Eccleshill a week earlier.
Although the team's form has dipped slightly, Clare has remained upbeat.
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"With the players we had missing, it was a magnificent effort," said Clare after the five-goal thriller against Knaresborough.