Wilkin is happy see Saints climbing up the table

Brackley Town's Matt Lowe goes flying after a challenge from Bradford Park Avenue's Joe Kearns  at St James Park
Brackley Town's Matt Lowe goes flying after a challenge from Bradford Park Avenue's Joe Kearns at St James Park

Brackley Town boss Kevin Wilkin will be looking for his side to make it back-to-back wins when they entertain his former side Nuneaton Town on Tuesday.

Saints are up to seventh in the Vanarama National League North following Saturday’s 2-0 victory over Bradford Park Avenue. Goals in each half from Jimmy Armson, his fourth of the campaign, and Luke Graham earned three more points at St James Park.

We managed the game well and had further chances to have extended the lead

Saints boss Kevin Wilkin

Wilkin said: “It was a comfortable win in the end. We managed the game well and had further chances to have extended the lead and I was pleased we kept a clean sheet.

“We have conceded a few sloppy goals this season so far but I thought we dealt with them well today. We changed formation to get Glenn [Walker] and Ellis [Myles] higher up the pitch sooner.

“David Moyo and Steve Diggin worked hard up front and there is more to come from them. Steve [Diggin] was fantastic for the first goal squaring it for Jimmy [Armson] who was better placed. We have players on the bench who can make a difference and they will come into play as the season goes along.”