PREVIEW | Bromley (A)
Updated: Dec 2, 2021
Bromley v Wealdstone
Vanarama National League
Saturday 4th December, 3:00pm kick-off
Tickets for Saturday's game MUST be purchased in advance online, tickets will be available on Bromley's ticketing portal right up until kick off time.
Tickets are priced at £20 Adults, £15 Concessions, £7 Young Person (12-17 years old) and £5 U12s. Tickets can be purchased HERE and a reminder that they MUST be purchased in advance online.
The away section at Bromley's Hayes Lane ground is all-standing, but should any visiting supporters require seating then they should contact the nearest steward who can guide them to a limited amount of seating in the Glyn Beverley South Stand, where the home side have provided access.
Gates open at 1:30pm and away supporters should enter the ground via the Away Fans Entrance/Exit 2 and on-site parking is available at £2 per vehicle. Any fans requiring disabled parking should contact our hosts via email on email@example.com
Wealdstone's five-match unbeaten run came to abrupt halt on the weekend in the 4-1 defeat to high-flying Stockport County last weekend whilst Bromley have stuttered themselves of late with two consecutive defeats against Wrexham and Yeovil Town, however they still sit in the play-off positions in 6th place.
Rhys Browne missed Saturday's defeat against Stockport with an ankle injury picked up in last week's win over Dover and he looks set to be out continuing his recovery. Nikola Tavares, Andrew Eleftheriou and Medy Elito are all nearing a return and could be back for Saturday's game. Connor Stevens is also a doubt and new signing David Sesay is a few more days away from his debut after picking up an injury whilst on international duty with Sierra Leone.
WHAT WAS SAID? Stuart Maynard: "This is what this league's about, it's exciting for us as a football club and for the fans; you want to be involved in these big games week in, week out. Hopefully we have some bodies back for this game at Bromley on the 3G and it is one we're excited to be going into. We've watched them this week and planned and have a game plan going into it and we look forward to the challenge as we do week in, week out. The lads were down from Saturday but we've told them they can't be too down as that is the standard we wan't to get to."
Stockport County (H) 1-4 L (Jackson)
Dover Athletic (A) 2-3 W (Sweeney 2, Umerah)
Wrexham (A) 0-0 D
Barnet (H) 1-0 W (Browne)
Grimsby Town (H) 1-0 W (Buse)
Wrexham (A) 2-0 L
Yeovil Town (H) 1-2 L (Cheek)
King's Lynn Town (H) 3-2 W (Cheek 2, Alabi)
Stockport County (A) 1-1 D (O.G)
Rotherham United (A) 3-0 L
WHO TO WATCH FOR?
Michael Cheek: Cheek is enjoying another prolific season in front of goal for the Ravens, scoring 14 in 19 so far in all competitions leaving him on course to beat his tally of 25 goals last season. The Stones defence will have to be wary of the striker, he netted once against them last season, equalising in the 2-2 draw at Hayes Lane on Good Friday. This is the striker's seventh season in the National League having also played for Ebbsfleet United, Dagenham & Redbridge and Braintree Town.
Played - 75
Won - 32
Drawn - 15
Lost - 28
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