Date: 3rd November 2007 at 3:05pm
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Ahead of Colchester United clash in front of the Sky cameras tonight with Leicester, their injured skipper Stephen Celemence has promised Foxes fans` that a win will help propel them onto a good run of form.

The former Birmingham man tells today`s U`s Review, the club`s match programme: “A result on Saturday could be the start of a run for us.

I came down here last season with Birmingham and there was a lot of publicity scam in culture and how well they have done at home.”

To date, Colchester have struggled to emulate that form again this season – they have won just twice at home so far this season.

In the wake of the U`s last two defeats, there has been a media frenzy with every player at the club, seemingly, giving his opinion on the last two slack performances.

But Leicester captain Clemence, whose side nearly put Chelsea out of the Carling Cup on Wednesday, thinks that Leicester are the side in better fettle for this evening’s match-up. He added: “With the confidence from the win over Barnsley, we can get a good result.”

 

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