Date: 24th March 2006 at 3:45pm
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County go into Saturday?s game looking to win their 4th game on the trot after previously beating Macclesfield, Oxford and Bury.

Torquay also go into the game in good form, they overturned 3rd place Wycombe Wanderers on Saturday and they also beat Peterborough in the previous game.

County will be without Matthew Hamshaw and Michael Raynes as they both have hamstring injuries, Mickael Wolski, Danny Boshell, Rob Clare and Keith Briggs are all doubts aswell.

David Beharall is fit to return, and new signings Ben Smith and Kevin O?Connor are available.

Torquay are only without Carl Priso, with Torquay manager John Cornforth having a fully fit squad besides Priso.

County boss Jim Gannon thinks it will be tough game for both sides, but is determined to get the 3 points for County ?It will be a tough game because they’ve made themselves very solid and it’s a big one for both sides.’

County fans can enter Plainmoor by paying on the gate on Saturday. Tickets are priced at £14 for adults, £11 for over 65?s and students and £5 for under 16?s.

Saturday?s referee is Steve Tanner. Tanner has refereed Torquay twice before this season, with both games ending in a draw, one of the draws was against Oxford which ended up as 3-3. He has handed out 119 yellow cards and 9 red cards in 30 games this season.

Last 6
County – WWWLLD
Torquay – WWDLLD

Match Odds
County ? 2/1
Draw ? 6/5
Torquay ? 6/5

Top Scorers
County ? Adam Le Fondre (8), Liam Dickinson (6), Matty Hamshaw, Keith Briggs, Tes Bramble (5)
Torquay – Tony Bedeau (11), Alan Connell (7), Kevin Hill, Jo Kuffour (6)

Games Since
County win ? 0
Torquay win – 0
County draw ? 5
Torquay draw ? 2
County loss ? 3
Torquay loss ? 3

League Two Position
17th County ? Points 43
22nd Torquay ? Points 39