Farnborough are on the road once again, making to trip to The Queen Elizabeth II Stadium to take on 21st place Enfield Town this Saturday, kick off 3pm.

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Farnborough Camp

Farnborough return Ryman Premier League Division action with a trip to North London to face Enfield Town.

Defender Adam Nditi starts the first of a three match ban, while Farnborough are able to welcome Bradley Fraser back into the mix after the striker received International clearance during the week.

.Tom Broadbent will also be available for selection as the solid defender returns from unavailability.

Speaking after Monday evening’s FA Cup exit, Manager Spencer Day told GetHampshire: “Again, everything has gone against us. The first goal is outrageous, the Referee has made a mistake – again.

“It’s not a free-kick, he knows it now as he’s apologised for it, but I’m sick of it. He’s right when he says to me afterwards that one bad decision doesn’t warrant a 3-2 defeat, but when you need that little bit of luck and bit of momentum like we do at the moment then it’s hard to take.

Day stressed: “When everything goes against you like this it’s hard when you’re so young because you don’t have the experience or the oomph yet to deal with it.

“We played some absolutely fabulous football at times and created so many chances but we’ve committed suicide for both the second and third goal. There’s a lot of factors involved tonight but it boils down to the simple fact that we can’t seem to win an FA Cup replay and that’s really hard to take because it’s such a vital income stream to the Club.”

Farnborough last time out: Victor Sylvestre Brotons (gk), Jack Barton, CJ Fearn, Martin Dynan, Chinua Cole, Lewis Collins, Jordan Wynter, Bobbie Dale, Harry Williams, Yasin Ben-Elmhanni, Nathan Chambers, Meuga Lheureux, Nick Awford, Shaun Sims and Dean Joseph-Whittingham.

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Captain, CJ Fearn netted his first goal of the Season on Monday evening

Opposition Camp

The Towners are managed by former Braintree Town midfidler, Bradley Quinton and they currently occupy the final relegation spot, sitting in 21st place heading into Saturday’s clash.

Goals from wingers Tyler Campbell and George Brislen-Hall were enough for Enfield Town to see off a Billericay Town side that ended the game with 9 men, 2-0 in a Home FA Cup Replay on Tuesday evening.

Speaking to Enfield Gazette & Advertiser after Tuesday’s FA Cup Replay victory, Manager Bradley Quinton said:  “Our injury problems are easing gradually, and I maintain the real Enfield Town will show themselves once we are back to full strength as we attempt to get to the performance levels we were hitting at the back end of last season.

“You certainly don’t become a bad team overnight and I’ve got full faith in the lads. When four or five key players get injured at the same time, as happened to us, then that can effect any team.

“Corey [Whitely] is probably a week or two away from returning. He’s eager to get back and play but just needs to do some more strengthening work.

“We’ve got two more home games coming up now and the boys are looking forward to it. We could have another couple of new signings around by Saturday and I think that things are looking good for the club.

Quinton continued: “As I’ve said before, a lot of teams want to bring us down after the great job we did getting into the play-off positions last term and we’re well watched now.

“Last year proved that nothing is settled in the first few months of any season, and we’ll continue to roll up our sleeves like we did last time around. We are building momentum slowly and we are getting there.”

Enfield Town last time out: Nathan McDonald (gk), Jordan Lockie, Ricky Gabriel, Claudio Vilcu, Harold Joseph, Stanley Mugou (Capt), George Brislen-Hall, Nathan Livings, Harry Ottaway, Bobby Devyne, Tyler Campbell, Olumide Durejayi, Ryan Doyle, Darnell Wynter, Micky Parcell, Tayshan Hayden-Smith, Connor Witherspoon and Joe Stevens.

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Tyler Campbell opens the scoring against Billericay Town on Tuesday evening (Credit: ETFC)

Match Officials

Saturday’s Referee is Matt Corlett (Liverpool) and his Assistants are Jack Bloxham (Rayleigh) and James Killen.

Date: Saturday 19 September 2015

Kick Off: 3pm

Competition: Ryman Premier League Division Fixture

Stadium Address: Enfield Town Football Club, Queen Elizabeth II Stadium, 3 Donkey Lane, Enfield, Middlesex, EN1 3PL.

Admission prices for both home and away supporters are:

  • Adult £10
  • Concession (Students and Over 65’s) £6
  • Under 21s* £6
  • Under 16s* £1.

* ID with proof of age may be required.

There is also a £1 transfer charge to the seating area in the main stadium building.

FaST Supporters Coach

FaST will be running a Supporters Coach to the game, which departs from the Cherrywood Road Car Park at 12:45.

Click here for more details on how to book.

Directions

By Road

From the M25: Head towards London on the A10 from junction 25. After the petrol station keep in the right hand lane and turn right at the next set of lights into Carterhatch Lane at the Halfway House pub. Donkey Lane is first left after the pub.

From London/North Circular Road: Head north up the A10 and turn left to Carterhatch Lane at the Halfway House pub. Donkey Lane is first left after the pub.

By Train

From Enfield Town Station: Come out of the station and cross over Southbury Road. There are two bus stops, both of which you can use. The 317 bus will take you to the ground. Get off at Cambridge Gardens. Walk down Cambridge Gardens and this leads into Donkey Lane.

From Enfield Chase Station: Come out of the station, turn right and go under the bridge, turn left at the main junction into Chase Side and the Enfield War Memorial bus stop (stop CD) is on the left. The 191 bus heading towards Brimsdown from Enfield or towards Edmonton Green from Brimsdown stops outside the ground. Buses leave every 8 to 11 minutes Mondays to Saturdays and the journey should take about 12 minutes. Get off at Baynes Close, head towards the Cambridge Road (A10) and Donkey Lane will be on your right. You can also take the 231, 307 or 313 buses which go past Enfield Town station or walk down to Little Park Gardens to pick up the 317 bus.

From Southbury Station: Turn left out of the station, cross over Southbury Road and go to the Baird Road bus stop (stop Q). You can pick up the 217 or 317 to Waltham Cross from there. Get off at Cambridge Gardens which is four stops from Baird Road. Walk down Cambridge Gardens and this leads into Donkey Lane.

From Brimsdown Station: Come out of the station on the opposite side to the retail development and McDonalds. Turn left to get to the bus stop. Either take the 191 towards Edmonton Green and get off at Baynes Close, head towards the Cambridge Road (A10) and Donkey Lane will be on your right. Otherwise, take the 307 bus towards New Barnet and get off at Baird Road (two stops after Southbury Station). Cross over the road to get the 217 or 317 towards Waltham Cross and take that to Cambridge Gardens. Walk down Cambridge Gardens and this leads into Donkey Lane.

By Bus

The 217 bus to Turnpike Lane or 317 to Enfield Town come from Waltham Cross. Get off at Cambridge Gardens. The 307 bus to Brimsdown comes from Barnet, passing High Barnet, New Barnet, Oakwood, Enfield Chase and Enfield Town stations. The 121 bus from Turnpike Lane passes most Piccadilly line stations up to Oakwood, and then Enfield Chase and Enfield Town stations. The 231 bus to Enfield Chase Station comes from Turnpike Lane as well but makes its way to Enfield along the Great Cambridge Road (A10).

Enjoy the game!

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