"The King is dead, long live the King! In parts of this season – it definitely has felt like a Shakespearian tragedy unfolding at Glanford Park. Full of plotting, mis-spent gold, injury, misfortune, warring clans, public spats, and three different leaders since August. What’s not to like? Macbeth eat your heart out! Throughout Saturday’s 90 minutes, we could at least take sense in the familiarity – despite the previous week’s chaos and drama. Vital home game against relegation rival? Check. Lack of pace and width in the side? Check. Two goals down inside half an hour? Check. Making an aging target man look like 1996 Alan Shearer? Check. You get the picture. Even Lee Novak’s late consolation wasn’t enough to salvage a point from the wreckage. And frankly – despite the frontman’s very best efforts, it would have been an undeserved one. Despite the change in management, it was the same old story. As Theresa May might say, nothing has changed!" from this article www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/scunthorpe-new-manager-league-one-2717796 Scunthorpe are one of six teams below us who have lost four out of there last five games,Scunthorpe have lost the last three with a goal difference of -21. last week we beat a very poor Southend and it was the goal that turned things for us , it lifted the team and second half performance was better than the first. it was a comfortable win as Southened posed little threat. there are no easy games but we have two much tougher games so a win is vital ,it will pull us a little closer to safety, however things are incredibly tight lose and we are back on a tightrope. Team wise unless Ricketts goes for any rotation ,i would expect Norburn not to play , he aggravated his Achilles injury last week hence his substitution, we do not wont tendintis or worse a rupture. i wonder if Ricketts might go for it and play ferjiri and Campbell up front, i would expect Laurent to replace Norburn we need to start brightly , press high and score first,let us hope the team with the high tempo, keep it on the ground battling spirite turn up. we dont wont Scunthorpe to be given any hope and we can not afford sloppy defensive play or not playing for 45 minutes. weather forecast is sunny intervals with a gentle breeze.