'We won't take it easy against struggling Villa'
ANDY Liddle says his Cleethorpes Town side will not be taking struggling Askern Villa lightly tomorrow – if the game beats the weather.
Clee's home clash against the Doncaster-area side is in doubt after heavy rain throughout yesterday and another deluge expected tomorrow.
But if the weather Gods do show their fairer side, Liddle insists his men will not ease off in the Northern Counties East Division One clash.
Askern Villa have suffered team-raising problems in recent weeks, have lost several players and have changed managers.
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They are third-bottom of the table and face an uncertain future.
But Liddle, pictured, knows they can still be a threat on their day.
"We won't be taking them lightly," he said.
"They have beaten some of the top sides in the league this season, including Athersley and Pontefract. But no disrespect to them, we see it as a good opportunity to get three points.
"We had a weekend off last week, but still maintained our position in the table which is pleasing.
"In our previous game we lost 3-2 against Shirebrook, which was probably the cruellest defeat I have been involved in.
"The lads did not deserve that. They worked their socks off and gave everything. Although we lost, we played very well so the defeat has not knocked our confidence."