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WORRALL | Rochdale is a "massive game for both teams."

24 March 2016

Blues winger previews trip to Spotland

Blues midfielder David Worrall is back in contention and ready to play his part in the Good Friday trip to Rochdale tomorrow.

Worrall returns to the squad after overcoming an injury to his right leg which required ten stitches.

Although the rehabilitation took longer than the winger expected, the 25-year old is now raring to go.

“I’ve been able to do stuff in the gym to stay fit and ready.” Worrall said.

“It just took a bit longer than expected for the hole to close up, but finally over the weekend it seems to have quickened up in its healing and I feel good now.

“The last few days have been tough, I’ve been doing a lot of running, twisting and turning and I feel fine.”

Worrall comes back into the frame ahead of an interesting matchup against the league’s in-form team.

Rochdale are hot on the heels of Southend, and are just one point behind the Blues having won five of their last six games.

With both sides challenging for the play-offs, Worrall is relishing the task ahead.

“It’s a massive game for both teams.

“I saw Rochdale’s form last night over the last six games and they are in very good form.

“These are massive matches, but they are also exciting matches.

“I think we seem to do better against the teams in and around us, so hopefully we can get another good win tomorrow that will set us up perfectly for Wednesday.”


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