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PREVIEW: Yate Town v Blackfield & Langley

By Sebastian Parker

'Title decider' at Lodge Road on Saturday afternoon in our penultimate home game of the season.

After last weekend's thrilling comeback against Winchester, the Bluebells attentions now turn to league leaders Blackfield & Langley. With just one point seperating the two sides at the top of the Southern League Divison 1 South, its a crucial game for both sides with only 4 games left this season.

Victory over Blackfield & Langley could propel the Bluebells to the top of the table and would put them in the driving seat in terms of the title race.

Games like tomorrow, are what both clubs having been working towards all season, and i'm sure its going to be great game of football!

Polly's View:
"Our tough run of games continues on Saturday, when we host top of the league, we have already played each other twice this season, both of those games were really close and we don't expect any different tomorrow. B&L are a very good team and have been at the top all season for a good reason.
With only two home games remaining in this league campaign, we would really appreciate your excellent support again tomorrow".

Opposition:
Glenn Howes men have been neck and neck with the Bluebells all season, with both sides being at the top of the pile for some weeks. They deserve much credit for the campaign they are having in their first season at this level after gaining promotion from the Wessex League Premier Division. Their key player tomorrow will be top scorer Lerone Plummer who has netted 17 times this season.

Team News:
Ross Langworthy returns to the squad after missing the game last week.

Bristol City loanee Josh Owers may also be involved.

Joe Guest starts a two game suspension and will miss the game.

Photo Credit: B.East Photography

Updated 16:14 - 12 Apr 2019 by Sebastian Parker

Where next?

REPORT: Yate Town 1-4 Blackfield & Langley Bluebells beaten at Lodge Road by league leaders.
REPORT: Yate Town 3-2 Winchester City Superb ten man Yate come from behind to keep title hopes alive

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