On Saturday Stamford visit Staffordshire to face Chasetown in the league.
The Daniels will look to bounce back from Saturday’s disappointing loss to Market Drayton, and the previous loss against Lincoln, as they look to set the record straight having not won in the last four games. In this run of poor results there has been the two previously mentioned defeats as well as a draw at Northwich and third loss against Belper. In fact it has been over a month since the Daniels last tasted victory when they beat Bedworth 2-1 on the 21st of January.
Chasetown come into the game in better form having won three and lost two of their last five. These victories came against Newcastle (2-0 in the Shropshire Cup), and against Bedworth and Basford in the league (3-1 and 4-2 respectively). Their two loses came in the league against Newcastle (2-1) and Loughborough (2-0). Overall they lie in tenth place in the table, 9 points ahead of the Daniels, with the same number of draws and loses but have played three more, all which have been wins.
The Chasetown squad contain numerous goal scorers with Ryan Wynter, Joseph Thomas and Jamie Sheldon having combined to scoring 7 goals in the last five. Last time out against Chasetown the Daniels won two-one where Grant Ryan and John King scored that day. A win for the Daniels could see them leapfrog Market Drayton who lie two points above the Daniels in the league.