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Gingerbreads Looking To Calm The Storm

3 months ago By Callum Boyle

With the weather conditions causing all sorts of problems, Grantham will be hoping they can end their own on Saturday against Hednesford Town.

After Tuesday's home tie against Warrington being called off due to a frozen pitch, the Gingerbreads will be aiming to return to winning ways after losing 3-1 away to Nantwich last Saturday - the first defeat in eight.

With no games played since last Saturday, the Gingerbreads remain 6th in the league and are just one point off the play-off places.

Staffordshire-based Hednesford travel to the Meres in mixed form with just one win in five games, however they have only lost two of those games. Also a victim to the weather in the week, Hednesford come in to the game off the back of a 2-0 defeat at home to Warrington.

The two sides have already met this season at Hendesford's home Keys Park, where Grantham emerged victorious with a 3-1 win. A double from joint top league goal-scorer Lee Shaw and an own goal were enough to bring the three points back to the Meres.

Grantham manager says his side need to make every opportunity count ahead of this weekend's game: "The games are coming thick and fast and there's not long to go. We can't rely on other teams to do it for us, we have to do it ourselves. Starting from this weekend, we have to make every game count and get the three points so that we can continue our promotion push."

Tom Batchelor (suspension) and Luke Shaw (injury) are not available for the game this weekend. There are no other injury concerns.


Keep your eyes across social media for any updates regarding the pitch and if they match is postponed.

Updated 17:37 - 8 Mar 2018 by Callum Boyle

Where next?

Fixture Rearrangments Following the late postponement of our fixture at Whitby, the Evo-Stik League have confirmed the new date for the match.
The Winner Takes All In The Play-Off Final! Grantham play one of the biggest games in their history on Saturday in the play-off final, where they could clinch promotion to the Vanarama North.

Results
Sat 5 May
a
First Team Ashton United
Cup 2 – 0
L
Tue 1 May
a
First Team Warrington Town
Cup 0 – 3
W
Sat 28 Apr
a
League 1 – 2
W

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