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Posted Thursday, November 22nd 2018

‘There's a lot to be excited about’ - McAllister

Jamie McAllister is keeping positive with City in touching distance of the closely-fought play-off chasing pack.

They travel to Leeds United on Saturday (November 24th, 3pm KO) in the hope of bridging the gap. City currently sit six points from the top six.

City will clock up the miles over the coming days with a trip to Ipswich Town coming off the back of the weekend's visit to Elland Road.

But getting points on the board could be the stepping stone to a good run at the turn of the festive season.

"There’s a lot to be excited about," McAllister told bcfc.co.uk. "We’ve got a very young squad and I think against Preston North End  we ended the match with a number of new players, had an average age of 23/24 so there is a lot to be positive about.

"We’re building a new team, building new relationships and it just takes one game, a good performance to build confidence again.

"This group are more than capable of going on a good run and the top six. We’re only six points off that and we’re playing for three points on Saturday and that puts us in a really good position if we get a positive result."

Few tickets remain for the trip to Yorkshire this Saturday, so fans hoping to snap theirs up should act quickly.

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