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Eriksson Targeting Back To Back Wins

Sven-Goran Eriksson has said that Leicester will be looking to follow the Brighton victory with another against Cardiff in the Cup.

Speaking to Wales Online (yes we go everywhere in the search for news!) Eriksson said he was determined to see up pick up some decent form now and not just be on an unbeaten run, but on a run of back to back wins.

'We want to follow the Brighton win with another one. One of the most pleasing things we achieved was the clean sheet and we need those more often than not. It may be a difficult run of matches but if we play like we can, teams will not live with us. That must be our aim.'

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Date:Tuesday September 20 2011

Time: 4:16PM

 

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