York City winger Anthony Straker is chasing revenge when visiting Burton Albion this weekend.
|“All three clubs have got good squads and will be fighting it out again” – Anthony Straker|
The 25-year-old was on the losing side when former club Southend United were defeated by the Brewers in the play-offs last season, despite finding the net against them in the semi-final.
And Grenadian international Straker reckons the three remaining play-off semi-finalists from the previous campaign should once again be in serious contention – which, of course, spells good news for his current club.
“All three clubs have got good squads and will be fighting it out again,” he told The Press. “Everybody is up for the battle here to see what the outcome will be.
“We’ve been creating a lot of opportunities and we got three goals on Saturday,” Straker added. “Hopefully, that will open the floodgates so we can get a few more.”
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