Tomorrow, the Colls take on Gainsborough Trinity at the Skuna Stadium with David Chadwick’s men looking to build upon their 100% record for February.
Chaddy's men come into Saturday’s fixture continuing to build upwards momentum, climbing to 11th in the form table, with the recent high-scoring home victories against Morpeth Town and Workington emblematic of the Black & Whites attacking mentality, converting 14 goals in their last 5 games.
Our guest’s form has been slightly worse than the Colls with four losses and two wins, their last game was a 2-0 loss against FC United of Manchester which leaves them 18th in the form table and 17th overall in the league table.
Trinity’s dangerman this season has been Declan Howe, the former Ilkeston Town forward has eight league goals this season and has shown to be an quick and aggressive centre forward who is adept with at finishing with both feet.
Another star man for the Holy Blues has been central defender Dylan Cogill, Cogill has scored four league goals and is firmly a fan favourite at the Northolme. Goalkeeper Dylan Wharton has also impressed following his recent return from injury.
With the Colls continuing to offer high-scoring football & great value for money, make sure to get down to the Skuna Stadium on Saturday and support the lads!
Tickets will be available on the day through our cash and card turnstiles, for £10 adults, £7 concessions, £4 for under 18s and free for under 11s and 1916 Club members.
Preview: Joshua King & Rob Clarke
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