Published: Monday, October 23rd 2017

Looking Ahead: Gosport Borough

Written by Jon Underwood

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Warren Harris returns to the squad having missed the trip to Kettering.


Following on from a very pleasing and hard-earned point at Kettering on Saturday, we return to Arbour Park for the visit of Gosport.

Everyone will look at the table and see 'top versus bottom' and expect an easy win, but the clear message in our changing room will be to approach the game as any other and we will need to work hard and do the right things if we are to earn the points and remain on top of the league.

Chris Flood was withdrawn on Saturday just after half time due to a tight hamstring. Kev will assess him before the game tomorrow, and although we don't believe it's anything too serious we are unlikely to risk him.

Other than that the only change in the 16-man squad from Saturday will be Warren Harris replacing Guy Hollis who is abroad with work this week.

Gavin James will again play for Met Police tomorrow night. It was great to see him get two goals for them on Saturday and he will re-join our squad on Thursday in preparation for Saturday's FA Trophy match.

Squad: Jack Turner, Josh Jackman, George Wells, Mark Nisbet, Nathan Smart, Alan Inns, Sean Fraser, Lee Togwell, Nathan Webb, Simon Dunn, Matt Lench, Warren Harris, James Dobson, Manny Williams, Chris Flood, Brad Wadkins.

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Won 3-0 (Home)

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League Table [Full Stats]

Pos Team Pld Pts
1 King's Lynn Town 18 43
2 Slough Town 15 37
3 Weymouth 19 37
4 Hereford 16 36
5 Kettering Town 16 36

Top Goalscorers [Full Stats]

Pos Name Goals
1 James Dobson 13
2 Chris Flood 12
3 Matthew Lench 11
4 Manny Williams 9
5 Brad Wadkins 8
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