Looking to pick up where they left off in the League Farnborough make the trip to Cambridgeshire this weekend to take on bottom side, Histon.

Farnborough

Spencer Day’s side, who moved up to 2nd place following a 4-0 win last time out in the League, are in good form having won 4 of their opening 5 competitive games.

Boro’ booked their place in the 1st Round Qualifying of the FA Cup last weekend with a comfortable 5-1 Home win over Longlevens.

Opening their accounts for the Season in the FA Cup for Boro’ were Jack Barton, CJ Fearn (Penalty), Curtis Osano, Dennis Oli and Jamie Cureton (Penalty).

French striker, Habib Cissoko also made his Boro’ debut as a substitute last weekend having received International clearance.

In the week Academy starlet, Jordan Goater joined fellow team-mate Ethan Allen at Combined Counties League Premier Division side, Badshot Lea on loan.

Speaking on Saturday’s trip to Cambridgeshire, Manager Spencer Day said: “They’re [Histon] a very young side. Full of third year scholars, so technically very good.

“It’s another away game – we’ve had an excellent away run in the last six months with the exception of Petersfield. We’re looking forward to it. It’s a bubbly dressing room.

“Histon will be a tough away game – they all are. It’s probably our furthest away journey but we’ll look forward to it. We’re buzzing as a Club, also knowing we’ve got a lot more still to give.”

Farnborough last time out (vs Longlevens): Joel Driscoll (gk), Josh Huggins, Keith Emmerson, CJ Fearn (Capt), Curtis Osano, Terrell Forbes, John Oyenuga, Jack Barton, Dennis Oli, Jamie Cureton, Nic Ciardini, Jack Battie, Habib Cissoko, Sam Shaban, Jamal Batchilly, Jamie Cunningham (gk) and Jordan Goater.

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Dennis Oli celebrates his third goal of the Season in the win over Longlevens

Histon

Histon are currently rooted to bottom of the Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central, having taken just a point from their opening four games.

The Stutes were relegated from the Southern League Premier Division last Season, finishing in 22nd place and 8 points adrift of safety.

Last weekend goals from Simon Unwin and Cameron Watson helped Histon progress into the 1st Round Qualifying of the FA Cup with a 2-1 win at Norwich United.

Manager, Steve Fallon added to their squad last week with the signing of 24-year-old striker Ben Yeomans from Mildenhall Town.

Saturday’s hosts are yet to win a game in the Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central, having suffered defeats to Egham Town (0-2), AFC Dunstable (0-4) and Arlesey Town (0-2). The Stutes’ only point of the Season so far came from 1-1 draw at Fleet Town.

Histon last time out (vs Norwich United): Niall Conroy (gk), Pat Bexfield, Luke Seaber-Shinn, Max York, Tom Moran, Cameron Watson, Chris Hyem, Jordan Traynier, Aysa Ourtilbour, Matty Allan, Simon Unwin, Jos Gwynne, Elkanah Sibanda and Aaron Chapman (gk).

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Histon’s 19-year-old defender, Elkanah Sibanda in action against Arlesey Town

Match Officials

Saturday’s Referee is Daniel Cook (Colchester) and his Assistants are James Parks (Colchester) and Andrea Timpani (Colchester).

Match Information

Date: Saturday 27 August 2016

Kick Off: 3pm

Competition: Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central Fixture

Stadium Address: Histon Football Club, The Glass World Stadium, Bridge Road, Impington, Cambridge, CB24 9PH.

Admission prices for both Home and Away supporters are:

  • Adult £8 (standing or sitting)
  • Concession £5 (standing or sitting)
  • Under 16’s £1
  • Under 5’s FREE (When purchased with an Adult ticket).

Admission will be through the main supporters’ turnstiles accessible from the main car park.

There is on street parking available in the roads close to the ground but please advise supporters to park considerately as the local police will enforce compliance with parking laws.

Supporters will be able to access the ground from 1:15pm on Match Day.

The Glass World Bar will be open from 1:15pm for both home and away supporters.

In addition, hot food and drinks will be available from the catering concession within the ground.

Directions

BY ROAD:
The Glass World Stadium is situated to the east of the B1049, just over half a mile north of Junction 32 of the A14, and as such is easily accessed from all directions.

From the East: take the A14 and exit at Junction 32 turning right onto the B1049.

From the West: take the A428 which becomes the A14 (at Junction 31) and exit at Junction 32 turning left onto the B1049.

From the South: take the M11 and leave at Junction 14 to take the A14 Eastbound (Newmarket, Ipswich) leave the A14 at Junction 32 turning left onto the B1049.

From the North-West (Huntingdon): take the A14 and leave at Junction 32 turning left onto the B1049.

From the North (e.g. the Fens): The A10 from Ely joins the A14 at Junction 33 and then approach from the East. The B1049 runs South from Wilburton through Cottenham and on to Histon. The ground is on the left of this road half a mile south of the traffic lights by Histon Village Green, just before the bridge over the old railway.

After leaving the A14 at Jn 32 the B1049 goes north, with the Holiday Inn on the right and then climbs to go over the old railway line with trees on both sides. The Glass World Stadium is on the right hand side next to the recreation ground as the road descends the hill.

CAR PARKING:
A limited amount of public parking is available at the ground on a first come, first served basis. The charge is £2 for cars and £5 for minibuses. Other car parking at the ground is for permit holders only.

BY TRAIN:
Unfortunately Histon Station saw its last passengers back in 1970 when the Cambridge to St. Ives line ceased to carry passenger services.
Cambridge Station is about a 10 minute walk from Cambridge City Centre. The Citi 8 bus and the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway routes A, B and C (see below) connect Histon & Impington with Cambridge Railway Station and each service runs every 20 minutes.

BY BUS:
To get to the ground from central Cambridge or Cambridge Railway Station, take the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway (route A, B or C) towards St Ives or Huntingdon or the Citi 8 bus service towards Cottenham. The Guided Busway stops at Histon & Impington outside the Railway Vue pub, just two minutes from the ground. The Citi 8 also stops near the Railway Vue, or you can get off at the Cambridge Lea hospital stop just one minute from the ground.

Enjoy the game!

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