ST PAUL’S manager Craig Culkin is playing down that the fact that tomorrow’s Coca-Cola Combination top-of-the-table Premiership match against Trinity is a title decider.
Trinity, unbeaten in the division, travel to play champions St Paul’s at Clos des Pauvres in St Saviour and Culkin says the game is no more important that any other league game.
‘It’s three points like any other game,’ said Culkin, adding: ‘We are the current champions and if anyone wants our title then they can come and get it.
‘Trinity are a strong team but we are not going to worry about them but focus on ourselves. We are playing well; we’re scoring goals and not conceding many at the back so I’m confident in our ability. My players are looking forward to playing and enjoying the game.’ The kick-off at St Saviour is at 2.30 pm.
• Picture: Barry Beatson (left) returns for Trinity