Captain Ronnie Henry has urged Luton’s supporters to be the difference against Dartford this evening, writes Mike Simmonds.
The club confirmed this morning that just over 100 tickets remain on sale for the clash, with a magnificent 1,820 already sold for the match, dwarfing the Darts’ average gate of just over 1,000.
Henry said: “As long as our fans come and get behind us like they did at Halifax, it was tremendous support. We do really need them and it makes a big difference when they’re behind us.”
On what they should expect from a Dartford side who have improved drastically in recent weeks, Henry added: “Every game this season has been tough, no-one’s rolled over for us, everyone’s put up a fight and it will be no different Tuesday night.
“We’re at the stage of the season now where we’ve got to realise what we’ve done wrong (against Halifax), be disappointed, but move straight on because there’s not long to go now to get the points on Tuesday night and get ready for the home games.”
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