City welcome Queens Park
Glasgow City will look to maintain their two point gap at the top of the Premier League tomorrow when they host local rivals Queens Park at Glasgow Green.
City managed their record Premier League score when the two sides met earlier this season, running out incredible 13-2 winners, but City boss Peter Caulfield knows another result like the last one will be unlikely.
He said, “We performed magnificently against Queens Park early on the season. Everyone played well and things we worked on in training came to fruition. Queens Park on the other hand, probably had everything go wrong for them that day and they were missing a couple of their key players at that time. I doubt this Sunday will end up the same way as for one I am sure Queens will be determined to prove that they are a much better side than the one we faced last September.”
With eight games left, City are in a great position leading the chasing pack of Hibernian, Edinburgh and Celtic, but Caulfield knows there is still a lot of hard work to be done. He said, “We are better off than our rivals but we still have a number of incredibly difficult games, not to mention the fact we still have Hibernian to play. It is in our hands and that is a nice position to be in, but it is the old cliché of one game at a time. We look no further forward than three points against Queens Park on Sunday. The other matches will come soon enough.”
Sunday’s fixtures - Premier League: Glasgow City v Queens Park, Edinburgh v Hamilton, Raith Rovers v Forfar Farmington. Scottish Cup 3rd Round: Kilmarnock v Hibernian.