Coghlan expects all those teams to come to Valley Road looking for at least a point to give themselves a highlight in the run home, starting with the Lions, who have won four out of seven games since Jez Kenth took over as coach.

The two teams last met in Kenth’s first game in charge, with Devonport scraping its way to a 3-2 victory.

“All the players and staff are aware that we cannot allow an ounce of complacency to creep in so I’m confident we’ll be at our best,” Coghlan said.

“Kingborough caused us a few issues last time we played them down at the Den and they know they have enough in their ranks to cause most teams problems.

“They’ll be coming up to try and claim a point or get a win, and we’ll need to be at our best to ensure that doesn’t happen – we’re expecting a very good game.

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