Mark Cooper has played down the significance of Yeovil Town’s trip to York City as his side go looking for only their second away win of the season this weekend.

The Glovers made the long trip knowing that only two goals on goal difference separates them from the National League drop zone, but travel to a York City which have lost five and drawn one of their last six league matches.

Speaking to BBC Somerset’s Sheridan Robins before the game, Cooper said: “I think it’s important we make it just another game. I just want us to go and put a performance in really.

You see teams around the bottom win a couple of games and then go and lose four or five and it’s that lack of consistency as to why you are down at the bottom.

We have been quite consistent but we have not won enough games so that will carry on for the remainder of the season. We just have to stay true, consistent and keep fighting and I think we will be alright.

Don’t miss our chat with York City fan Tim Mercer on the latest edition of the podcast – “The last time I was on I cried” – click here.

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