Grays boss faces dilemma
Justin Edinburgh

Grays boss Justin Edinburgh is hesitant ahead of the final game of the season after his side beat Kidderminster to move one point above the drop zone.

Grays saw off the Harriers challenge in comfortable style with a 3-0 win on Tuesday night, which now means they only require a draw against Morecambe on Saturday to survive.

Edinburgh told the Thurrock Gazette: "My assistant manager Jimmy Dack and I will sit down on Thursday and discuss Saturday's game and plan our tactics."

The dilemma which the former Tottenham player faces is whether to prepare his side to play for a draw or to go all out for the three points.

He added: "I don't know whether to go looking for the one point or the three points."

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