The Steelmen, who play in the Evo-Stik League South, already have another Town youngster in their ranks in Lewis Irwin, who is at Rockingham Triangle on a work experience basis. Lobjoit hasn’t featured for the Cobblers since Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink became manager, and only made one substitute appearance under previous boss Justin Edinburgh, in the Carabao Cup loss at Queens Park Rangers in early August.
Wigan Athletic boss Paul Cook has warned his in-form team they will face a tough test against a rejuvenated Cobblers side at the DW Stadium on Tuesday night (ko 7.45pm). A look at the league table suggests a home banker in this Sky Bet League One showdown, with the Cobblers down in 17th and the Latics knowing will go second with a three-point haul.
Goalkeeper Matt Ingram believes the Cobblers have got ‘nothing to lose’ in their Sky Bet League One clash at high-flying Wigan Athletic on Tuesday night (ko 7.45pm). The Cobblers travel north in good spirits after claiming seven points out of a possible nine in new boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s first three games in charge, but they will be very much the underdogs when they run out at the DW Stadium.
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