Hednesford Town return home this weekend, looking to get back to winning ways in the league as Gainsborough Trinity visit Keys Park.
After both teams saw their respective games called off last Saturday due to heavy rain falling across the country, both sides will be raring to get back into action tomorrow.
Previous meetings between the two clubs at Keys Park have seen one victory for each side and a draw when the two clubs met in the Conference North back in 2006.
Gainsborough hold the upper-hand this season having recorded a 3-1 victory over the Pitmen in the middle of December – a result which led to then manager Bernard McNally leaving the club.
Manager Frank Sinclair was expecting another tough game tomorrow:
“I have crossed paths with Gainsborough Trinity manager Steve Housham on many occasions during my time at Colwyn Bay and Brackley Town and he is one of the good guys.
“It is always a difficult game against one of his sides, something we expect again this weekend and they are enjoying a fairly decent season once again this year.”
Sinclair will be without defender Jack Fitzwater as he serves a one game ban for his sending off at Boston United, while striker Kyle Perry also starts his three game suspension following his dismissal in the last home game against Curzon Ashton.
The manager is set to be able to call on the services of midfield duo Phil Trainer and Tom Thorley who are available for selection again after suspension and injury respectively. However, Andy Todd is still missing after breaking his arm a month ago.
The game kicks off at the usual time of 3.00pm and we are delighted to welcome Huntington Harriers U7s as our Ball Boys for the afternoon.
£12 Adult Terracing
£7 Concession Terracing
£13 Adult Main Stand
£8 Concession Main Stand £13
Adult/1 Child Terrace Ticket £13
Adult/2 Children Terrace Ticket £24