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Bradley Stoke A Match Preview

5 years ago By Mark Wilkes

After a resounding first win of the season on Tuesday night the A Team entertain another high scoring team Cribbs Friends Life B this Saturday.

Following the 10-1 success Tuesday night Wilkes and Lasletts men face Cribbs Friends Life B tomorrow, a team who scored 9 on Thursday night, in a game that surely can’t end 0-0!

Wilkes explains: “Tuesday night was superb, absolutely superb! The whole team put in a great effort and played some wonderful football, we scored 10 but could have easily had more!! We play a team tomorrow who scored 9 on Thursday so it should be an interesting game but hopefully we can get the 3 points!!”

The A team are missing some noticeable players this week. Graeme Marshall and Charles Moore are not playing after starring in Tuesday nights win. With Adam Townsend still not around the A team have the bare 14, Wilkes comments:
“Graeme has been great in the first couple of games and its hard to believe he’s an Exeter fan! Charles showed on Tuesday why he was a regular for us last season and both will be missed. It’s a shame that Adam has not played yet for us but I have high hopes when he does make an appearance. We do have Dan Baker back after going missing, hopefully there won’t be any dramas with him over night!!!”

Once more there are many questions going into tomorrows game. What music will Tuesdays Man of the Match Sam Cleaver choose for the dressing room? Will Cleaver and Paul Zambrzycki get back to back hat-tricks? Will Jordan ‘Virgin Slayer’ Burn take his cap off for the team photo? Will Schenke Dartey be out jumped and lose a header? Will Dan Baker turn up? Will Jesse Anderton start up front following his first ever goal? Has Paul ‘Simples’ Zambrzycki turned into a Meercat?

All of these and more will be answered back at The Nest after the game.

Where next?

Weekend Round Up A round up of this weekends results
Watts Joins Zambrzycki and Cleaver with 3 Goals Sean Watts' third goal in two games lifts him back to the top of the goalscorer's list, along with Paul Zambrzycki and Sam Cleaver.


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