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24 February 2015

A second half comeback from the Brewers extended their unbeaten run to thirteen games

They came from a goal behind to sweep away Dagenham & Redbridge with three late goals and record a first win at Victoria Road in twelve years. Defender Phil Edwards insists they must just keep on going.

“We just need to keep going.

“We have got a game on Tuesday against Accrington but we are the only team in the top seven that are playing so if we get another win then that puts us in a more comfortable position."

There are just 14 games to go until the end of the Sky Bet League 2 season and the Brewers are only eight points of last season’s points tally. With a possible 42 points still up for grabs, Edwards told us there are still a lot of games to go.

“There are still a lot of games to go and there will be times where we drop a few points but hopefully we can continue the form we are in.”

Phil Edwards played for Accrington Stanley for six years from 2006-2011, playing in a variety of positions. He told that he enjoyed his time there and he just wants the team to carry on the great run of form as they head to replay the fixture which was previously called off due to a frozen pitch.

“Obviously I enjoyed my time whilst I was at Accrington, I had six great years there.

“The reverse fixture was called off in the end with a later decision but we have to go there and carry on our great form but it is going to be a tough test and have picked up a few wins plus a draw so it will be a hard place to get a result.”

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