Yoker boss Peter McKenna insists all his side need is bit of good fortune as they get set to battle for League One survival.

Currently sitting third bottom and three points from safety, the Whe Ho have lost their last five matches on the bounce.

McKenna’s side fell to a 3-1 loss at home to Bellshill Athletic at the weekend and the boss reckons the scoreline could have been reversed if only for that bit of luck.

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He said: “That was a tough one. Our keeper never had anything to do other than pick the ball out of the net. We’re just giving goals away far too easily right now to be honest. It was just three bad mistakes.

“We’re not getting that bit of luck right now. We’re in a major dog fight so we just need something to turn for us. Nothing is really falling for us at the moment.

“We were the better team by a country mile on Saturday. Everyone looks at the result. That’s all that matters. I’d much rather play poorly and get the three points to be honest.”