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Changes To Be Made For County Visit

Fri, 28th Feb 2003 12:00am

Alan Kernaghan is ready to make changes to the side that started at Palmerston Park on Tuesday night, in an effort to rejuvenate his side's form against Ross County tomorrow.

"We'll be making a few changes tomorrow," Alan said today. "The side will probably look a lot more like the one that finished the game on Tuesday night. We have to get back to playing the way we were before Christmas; keeping possession in the opposition's half and creating chances."

"It's obviously important that we win this one, but I'm not putting any more pressure on it than I would for any other match. The three points are vital though."

Alan faces an anxious wait over Bryn Halliwell, with the young goalkeeper waiting to hear more from his doctor. If he is given the all clear, he will start the match.

John Fraser has also made a welcome recovery in time for the match against his former club, and could start. However, despite beginning light training this week, Pat Keogh is not yet ready for a return to first team action.