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19 February 2021

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Brett Pitman sat down in front of the press to preview tomorrow’s League One clash with Crewe Alexandra and believes that the experience within the squad can help the team to survival come the end of the season.

The 32-year-old has five goals this season, a few of which being important points winners for the Reds.

“I’m an experienced player, I know what relegation means to the players, to the fans, to the staff and to the Club and also the Town in general. I know the bad effects it can have.”

“I don’t think one person’s experience or two can stop it, it has to be everybody. The older players can try and tell the young players what it is like and we certainly have been doing that.”

“It’s been a difficult season for everybody. We have to keep fighting, stick together and try and get a positive in a season that has been tough.”

Pitman also said tomorrow's match won't be an easy contest and the lads will have to have their wits about them.

“It’ll be a tough game, they’ve done well this season. They like to play attacking football. Without having looked too much at their record, they’re a team that score a lot of goals.”

“We’re going to have to be right on the top of our game like every week to get anything out of any game because this is a tough league.”

Town’s match is available to watch at no extra cost for Season Ticket Holders, while non-STH can purchase a match pass for £10 here.

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