Moore confident of a win at Terriers

Last updated : 27 January 2006 By Dave Moore
Latics boss Ronnie Moore is confident that his players can come away from Huddersfield on Saturday with all three points, a result which could push them into a play-off spot. He told the official site, "We haven't got the type of players who can try to defend and maybe sneak something. But we owe them. We were down to 10 men in the game against them earlier in the season and they battered us. It was a very disappointing result for me. Huddersfield have got a lot of young kids who are good players and going to get even better. It will be a great place to go with and there is sure to be a great atmosphere."

"We will take some good support so it would be nice to give them something to shout about. In the past when we have had a decent following we haven't given them what they want. Hopefully, we can go there and play well to get the result that everybody wants. We haven't created enough chances and that's because of the wing backs. Balls haven't been put in the right areas. We have had one or two decent chances and haven't taken them, but when we finally do get it right in all areas then somebody is going to gave a good hiding. It is going to be a big game for us and we have to make sure we can win it. That would mean a point difference between us which narrows up there and puts us in with every chance of making it to the top six."