Farnborough will want to respond quickly from the weekend with a Hampshire derby at Fleet Town on Tuesday evening.

Farnborough

Farnborough are second in the Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central and currently trail League leaders, Royston Town by eleven points.

So now with the task of securing the highest Play-Off place possible, Boro’ need a reaction from Saturday’s 0-3 Home defeat to Marlow.

A first Home League defeat of 2017 was inflicted on Farnborough at the weekend in a game which saw Oxford United loanee, Jordan Graham make his Boro’ debut off the bench.

Striker, Pat Cox is awaiting his first Farnborough goal, having made two League appearances since signing from our upcoming opponents, Fleet Town.

Speaking ahead of Tuesday’s derby, Manager, Spencer Day said: “I’ve got a lot of credit for their [Fleet Town’s] Manager and players that are owed money and carry on playing.

“They’ve got a fantastic spirit and some of that spirit’s got to rub off here because we’ve got some very, very good players here and I don’t want to hit a panic button on one defeat.

“They’re showing all the heart and qualities that we’re not at the moment. We’ve dragged out results, we’ve been on a great run, its ended badly and now it’s all about the reaction. It’s a derby. We hope the fans get there and it’s just another game.”

Farnborough last time out (vs Marlow): Aaron Bufton (gk), Josh Huggins, Keith Emmerson, CJ Fearn (Capt), Curtis Osano, Sam Pearce, Jack Barton, Eddie Smith, Perry Coles, Pat Cox, Nic Ciardini, Jordan Graham, John Oyenuga, Ethan Allen, Jordan Goater and Dennis Oli.

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Farnborough lost 0-3 at Home to fellow Play-Off rivals, Marlow last time out

Fleet Town

Fleet Town are positioned 13th in the Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central with 43 points from 32 games.

Craig Davis’ side recently enjoyed a five game unbeaten run where they took 11 points from a possible 15. However,

The Blues’ run came to a halt at the weekend as Fleet Town lost 0-2 at Egham Town.

Despite a valliant effort, The Blues lost the earlier League meeting 3-4 at The Rushmoor Community Stadium with Rob Carr (2) and Craig Davis grabbing the goals.

Fleet Town last time out (vs Egham Town): Jordan Westbrook (gk), Dan Williamson, Nick Hutchings, Zac Hawker, Josh Harfield, Craig Davis, Simba Mlambo, Mitchell Parker, Ben White, Ben Toye, Rob Carr; Brett Stanley, Olie Short (gk) and Danilo Cadete.

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Fleet Town lost the earlier meeting between the two sides 3-4 back in August

Match Officials

Tuesday’s Referee is Jason Richardson (Ruislip) and his Assistants are Mourad Bougouizi (Greenford) and Nathan Briggs (Northolt).

Match Information

Date: Tuesday 28 February 2017

Kick Off: 7:45pm

Competition: Evo-Stik League Southern Division One Central Fixture

Stadium Address: Fleet Town Football Club, Calthorpe Park, Crookham Road, Fleet, Hampshire, GU51 5FA.

Admission prices for both Home and Away supporters are:

  • Adult £9
  • Concession £6
  • Under 18’s FREE.

Directions to Calthorpe Park

Our Ground is situated next to Calthorpe Park and is accessed via driveway on Crookham Road, Fleet.

Postcode GU51 5FA also includes some nearby residential roads, make sure you are looking for Crookham Road in Sat Nav.

Please note that Parking in the Car Park will be for players and club officials only. There is sufficient Parking in neighboring streets or in the town which is just a short walk away.

From London and the South travel via M3, exit at junction 4a, follow signs into Fleet (Town Centre), past Railway station and into town, continue along Fleet Road to the major crossroads by Oatsheaf public house. Carry on across lights into Crookham Road, follow road down hill, the entrance road is on right, just past Glen Road (on the left), the club has its own car park, but if this is full, please use suitable road parking away from the ground or town centre public car park, not in front of residential properties in the entrance road.

From the West travel via M4 to the main Reading junction, near the Madjeski Stadium, follow A33 south (towards Basingstoke), after dual carriageway turn left following signs to Hartley Wintney and Fleet. In Hartley Wintney turn left onto A30 for short distance, then right onto A323 to Fleet, this road also feeds into the Oatsheaf crossroads, at these lights turn right into Crookham Road, then follow as above.

Enjoy the game!


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