Assistant manager Neil Baker believes Crewe Alexandra’s weekend opponents Scunthorpe United could prove to be dangerous opposition.
|“We won at their ground very early in the season and were lucky to win the game” – Neil Baker|
The Iron have completed a change of leadership since Crewe won 2-1 at Glanford Park back in August with former boss Brian Laws returning to the club. Even so they still currently find themselves struggling in the relegation zone and battling against the drop.
“Scunthorpe changed their manager from when we went their earlier in the season and the results have been mixed,” Baker told Crewe’s official website. “They have been up and down and that is why they are in the bottom places at the moment.
“We won at their ground very early in the season and in truth we were lucky to win the game,” he added. “Scunthorpe were excellent in the first half and could have been out of sight but we remained in the game and grew in stature second half.”
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