Following Saturday’s defeat, this Tuesday evening Farnborough travel to The Fortress Stadium to take on promotion chasing Bromley in the Vanarama Conference South.

Still in occupying 20th position in the League table, Spencer Day’s side fulfill one of their three games in hand at The Fortress Stadium on Tuesday evening.

Forward Duncan Culley remains Farnborough’s only main doubt through an injury picked up in a game against North Ferriby United.

Ahead of Tuesday’s visit to Bromley, Captain Lloyd Foot told farnboroughfc.co.uk: “Obviously disappointed to be knocked out of the Trophy and to lose Saturday, but I feel we have played well but just not got the rub of the green.

“The good thing about playing so soon after the Sutton match is that we can put that defeat behind us with a win away at a really good side.

“We need to focus on playing well as a team and sticking together. If we continue to do that then the results will come.”

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The Boro’ skipper feels his team haven’t been getting the rub of the green in recent games | Photo © Don Blandford

Managed by Mark Goldberg, Bromley head into Saturday’s re-arranged fixture in 2nd place, two points off and with two games in hand on table-toppers Boreham Wood.

The Lilywhites won 2-1 in last meeting between the two sides at Paddy Power Park back in October, with defender Adam Brice netting Farnborough’s consolation.

Last time out, Bromley claimed their 15th victory of the season in a 2-0 victory at home to fellow play-off rivals Havant & Waterlooville, courtesy of second half goals from defender Jack Holland and midfielder Ali Fuseini.

Former Farnborough players in the current Bromley squad include defenders Paul Rodgers and Jack Holland as well as striker Jamie Slabber.

Bromley from: Alan Julian (gk), Ugo Udoji, Joe Anderson, Ali Fuseini, Rob Swaine (Capt), Jack Holland, Moses Ademola, Reece Prestedge, Ben May, Bradley Goldberg, Anthony Cook, Callum McNaughton, Paul Rodgers, Danny Waldren, Louis Dennis and Jamie Slabber.

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Former Boro’ loanee Jack Holland opens the scoring for The Ravens in Saturday’s win | Credit: BFCtv

Match Officials: Tuesday’s Referee is Ian Rathbone and his Assistants are Sam Lewis and Mark Chalkley.

Date: Tuesday 3 February 2015

Competition: Vanarama Conference South League Fixture

Venue: Bromley Fooball Club, The Fortress Stadium, Hayes Lane, Bromley, London, Kent BR2 9EF.

Kick off at The Fortress Stadium is at 7:45pm and admission prices are:

  • Adults £12
  • Seniors/Concessions £6
  • Students (with valid ID) £5
  • Under 16s FREE
  • Transfer to Main Stand £1

Directions

For Clubs using M25 Motorway

Leaving M25 at Junction 4, follow A21 to Bromley and London, for approximately 4 miles and then fork left onto A232 s/p Croydon/Sutton.

At 2nd set of traffic lights turn right into Baston Road (B265), following it for about 2 miles as it becomes Hayes Street and then Hayes Lane. Bromley FC is on right hand side of road just after a mini roundabout.  There is ample room for coaches to drive down driveway, turn round and park.

For Clubs not using M25 Motorway

Hayes Lane is situated between the A21 London to Hastings Road and the A232 Croydon to Orpington Road, and you are advised to avoid heavy congestion in Bromley Town Centre.  However there is a 7ft width barrier from the A21 road in Hayes Lane, and coaches should not approach from this direction.

Clubs arriving from the Croydon/Surrey areas should use the A232 and turn left into Baston Road (B265), following it for about 2 miles as it becomes Hayes Street and then Hayes Lane. Bromley FC is on right hand side of road just after a mini roundabout.

Clubs arriving from West London should use South Circular Road as far as West Dulwich and then via Crystal Palace, Penge, Beckenham and Bromley South area.

Clubs arriving from North and East London should use the Blackwall Tunnel and then the A20 road as far as Sidcup.  Then use the A232 to Keston Common, turn right into Baston Road (B265), following it for about 2 miles as it becomes Hayes Street and then Hayes Lane. Bromley FC is on right hand side of road just after a mini roundabout.

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These routes may not be the most direct, but will cut out congestion in places such as Lewisham, Catford, Bromley and keep you away from traffic jams, particularly if you are travelling by coach.

Have a safe journey and Bromley FC look forward to welcoming you to Hayes Lane.

You can still book a seat on the FaST Supporters Coach to the game which leaves the Club at 17:30 – find out how to book here.

Don’t forget to head back to www.farnboroughfc.co.uk on Tuesday evening to vote for your Farnborough Man of the Match against Bromley here.

Enjoy the game!


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