Steve Lovell’s Rams returned to winning ways with a hard-fought 1-0 win at inform Burgess Hill Town last weekend and will be expecting another tough test against Sussex opposition.
Despite The Bridges lowly league position, the visitors have shown great promise this season. The 4-0 thumping of Isthmian Premier title hopefuls Lewes in The FA Cup was a real show of their potential. In the league,
Jamie Crollin’s men have enjoyed victories over VCD and Sittingbourne and put in a convicting performance to beat local rivals Hayward’s Heath 4-1 last Saturday. Bridges lost star striker Dan Perry to The Hillians in the summer but former Worthing forward Kieron Pamment has filled the void and has ten goals to his name already this season.
Jerald Aboagye could feature of the first time since his injury in the 2-1 win over Lancing on September 17th having returned to the bench in last week’s victory. Denzelle Olapade and Lee Prescott will also be looking to make their way back into the side after recovering from injuries which saw them side-lined at Leylands Park.
Josh Ajayi helped The Rams to a 2-0 win in this fixture eleven months ago with a man-of-the-match performance. His only blemish in a game he made his own was a ballooned penalty that sailed high over the stand.
Elsewhere in the division 2nd face 3rd at The Sports Ground as Chatham Town, who were held by Sheppey United midweek, face Ashford United in the pick of the fixtures.
We have entertainment from local band The Supermicks pre kick off and both the Corner flag bar and the stadium kitchen will be open.