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Carson warns against Highland complacency


By Andrew Henderson


Dave Carson remains wary that, with nothing to lose, Howe of Fife will cause Highland problems tomorrow.

Howe have already been relegated from National Two and sit bottom of the league table, with the trip to Canal Park this weekend their final match of the season.

Stuart Macdonald returned from injury last week and will be fit to face Howe of Fife.
Stuart Macdonald returned from injury last week and will be fit to face Howe of Fife.

It will be Highland’s second match in a row against a team with nothing to play for, with Carson’s side just two points away from promotion.

Howe of Fife played a rare midweek game against Dumfries on Tuesday, which they lost 45-36.

But Carson has warned against complacency on what could be a historic day for Highland.

“It’s very unusual, they obviously want their season finished,” Carson said.

Read more in today's Inverness Courier.



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