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Midweek Preview- Ryman North

Midweek Preview- Ryman North

Aveley Football Club11 Apr 2016 - 07:23
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A lot of action ahead this weekend. In which the play offs could be decided with both Hornchurch and Cheshunt playing this week.


Aveley v Haringey Borough
Maybe a nothing game to some people but this won't stop both these clubs going for the three points. Aveley still want a top ten and to finish on a high to end a superb 2016. Haringey look to end their solid Ryman North campaign by winning and doing the double over the Millers, after a 3-1 victory in the reverse fixture.

Barkingside v Romford
Another game which might not mean much with Barkingside already relegated and Romford already safe. But Romford will want to continue their form and build on a great 1-0 win over Cray Wanderers on Saturday. For Barkingside, their manager Gus Gulfer will refuse to let his side go out with a whimper.

Witham Town v AFC Hornchurch
With what could've been a big big game for both, with Witham four clear of Waltham Abbey with two left, a result would solidify their position in the league. For the Urchins, they can use this to go six clear of Cheshunt (who play on Wednesday) which could be too much for the Ambers to overturn.


Redbridge v Cheshunt
Redbridge will want to continue from that 1-0 victory over Barkingside with a win against play off chasing Chehsunt. Although relegation is already confirmed, you never know what can happen with reprieves therefore, a win for Redbridge will take them above Barkingside with two to play. Cheshunt need a win to ensure an exciting end to the season chasing Hornchurch for that final play off place.

Soham Town Rangers v Dereham
Recently the Magpies just haven't been able to get results to pull themselves closer to the play off places and that chase ended a few weeks back. For Soham they still slip down the table and will want a win to move up a few places, above Romford and Haringey Borough up to 15th.


Bury Town v AFC Sudbury
It'll be party time in Suffolk for Sudbury after clinching the title against Tilbury on Saturday, but will they celebrate too much infront of their rivals on Wednesday night? This match could see a few feisty tackles for sure.

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