Faversham Town vs Redhill – Saturday 25th October 2014, 3pm kick-off (Shepherd Neame Stadium, Salters Lane, Faversham, Kent. Postcode: ME13 8ND).
Faversham Town return home against Redhill
Faversham Town will welcome back midfielder Josh Stanford, as they finally return to the Shepherd Neame Stadium and look to extend their unbeaten home record.
Stanford, 24, missed the Lilywhite’s 4-1 victory away at Three Bridges through work commitments but is now set to return to the squad.
The win ended the Bridges own unbeaten home record this campaign and moved Town into second spot, seven points behind league leaders Burgess Hill Town, who will be in FA action.
The victory on Tuesday night also ended an incredible run of away fixtures for Ray Turner’s men, who have played away nine times in their past 10 games.
Faversham’s last home match was a 1-1 draw with Corinthian-Casuals in early October, which ended the Lilywhite’s six-match winning home run at the start of the season but couldn’t stop their unbeaten run at the Shepherd Neame Stadium.
The hosts will be without defender Aidan Sherlock – as he serves a one-match ban – and striker Luke Harvey, who is scheduled to play for Southern Counties East League Woodstock Sports in a bid to prove his match fitness.
With Harvey missing, Turner is likely to start in form duo Jack Harris and Dean Grant up front.
Grant had scored five goals in six fixtures before Tuesday’s clash, before Harris hit all four goals against Three Bridges.
Redhill were defeated by Ryman North outfit Brentwood Town on Tuesday night in their FA Trophy replay after a 1-1 draw at Brentwood.
The visitors are 17th on 18 points off 14 Ryman South games.
On his dual registration move to Woodstock Sports, Harvey today tweeted, “Looking forward to getting some minutes for Woodstock Sports.”
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