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Gateshead boss eyes successive victories
Relieved Gateshead coach Kevin Neighbour is aiming for two Co-operative Championship One wins in four days in Sunday's match with Oldham after steering Thunder to their first three points of the season on Wednesday night.
The north-east side beat Workington Town 24-22, but Neighbour is hungry for more.
He said: "Can we get two wins? Why not? We're at home and the last game of the season is always a special one.
"Some lads will be moving on, and they'll be wanting to do their best, and the buzz around the lads will carry them through.
"We've got that attitude about us now that says 'we don't care who we're playing, we're going to give it to you and you'll have to earn everything you get'."
Shane Ackerley looks set to miss out, with Neighbour fearing he had broken two ribs against Workington Town, while Ryan McBride is also doubtful.
Oldham caretaker coach Martin Roden will check on Valu Bentley, who is struggling with a calf injury.
But Luke Stenchion (broken hand) and Dave Ellison (work commitments) look set to be certain absentees from the Roughyeds' squad.