Evans wary of struggling sides

Gareth Evans insists Fleetwood's games against relegation-threatened sides will prove to be a test of their promotion credentials.

Last Updated: 11/01/13 at 16:00

Evans: Remains cautious

Evans: Remains cautious

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Former Rotherham winger Evans is hoping to make his full debut for The Cod Army when bottom side Bristol Rovers visit the Highbury Stadium, having appeared as a half-time substitute in last weekend's 3-1 defeat at Northampton.

That was Town's first loss in six games under boss Graham Alexander, but Evans does not foresee an easy return to form against Rovers or at Barnet next week.

"Usually they're the games you tend to find are harder because they want to go out and get a result against the bigger teams," he said.

"It's easy to get in a frame of mind to think you're just going to go out and get a win the game because they're down there but it's never the case in League Two - anyone can beat anyone as has been shown so far this season.

"We just need to go into the games looking for the three points."

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