BOLDON manager Jason Jones is confident the team spirit in his camp will help them “turn the corner” tomorrow.
For the second week in a row, Boldon let a two-goal lead slip last time out as they lost 4-2 to Whitehaven.
Tomorrow, mid-table Boldon host sixth-placed Cleator Moor Celtic in the Wearside League, and Jones is confident of a strong response.
He said: “We need a result after letting yet another two-goal lead slip on Saturday. We have done that in consecutive games now.
“However, with team spirit and togetherness at an all-time high, I’m sure we can turn the corner and stop conceding.”
Boldon welcome back defender David Halliday for tomorrow’s game after a hand injury.
Brothers Carl and Gary Evans will also return from work commitments and a shoulder injury respectively.
New signing Lee Cresswell is in line to make his debut for Boldon, while Brodie Simpson is hoping to force his way in after missing last week’s defeat because of family reasons.
Suspended duo Neil Crammon and Adam Smith will also miss out for Boldon, with the game set to kick-off at 2pm at Boldon Colliery Welfare.