Isthmian League Premier Division Sat 27 January Cheshunt Stadium
  • Nwachuku (66')
  • Noel-Williams (88')

Craig Edwards and the players will be looking to put Tuesdays defeat in the Velocity cup behind them as Cheshunt host Whitehawk in the Isthmian Premier Division on Saturday.

The Hosts – Cheshunt

Cheshunt come into this fixture on a poor run of form results wise with six defeats in as many games since in all competitions. The Ambers last win came in the 4-1 hammering of Carshalton Athletic at the start of December.

Despite the penalty shootout defeat, Craig Edwards’ side impressed in the Velocity Cup on Tuesday evening.  The hosts went into the lead 1-0 up thanks to a goal from Nnamdi Nwachuku just a few minutes into the match. The Ambers nearly saw out the victory but the man on form for the visitors Alfie Cerulli,  levelled it up and sent the match to penalties. The returning Billy Bates impressed on his debut despite the defeat.

The Visitors – Whitehawk

The Hawks travel to Theobalds Lane with two defeats in their last two fixtures. These were 3-0 and 5-1 defeats to Bognor Regis Town and Wingate & Finchley. However, they won back-to-back fixtures before this with wins over Margate and Horsham. Form in December dipped  losing four games on the spin including a defeat to Hythe Town in the FA Trophy.

The main player to watch for the away side is Pakistan International Imran Kayani. In November, the attacker appeared for Pakistan against Roberto Mancini’s Saudi Arabia side. The attacker has been very important for his team this season scoring five goals including a brace against Margate earlier this month.

The Hawks’ top scorer this season is Charlie Walker, with fifteen goals. Followed by Charlie Lambert with ten. Kayani has netted eight goals in 23 games for the club.   Goalkeeper Mitch Walker has also impressed Hawks fans this season, keeping them in many games throughout the season.

Head-to-Head – Cheshunt vs Whitehawk

Quite surprisingly, these two sides have never met in a competitive fixture in recent times.

This is another huge game for the Ambers. We need your support out there, so we hope you turn in in numbers like you usually do. COYA!

Ticket Prices:

Adult: £12

Concession: £8

Young person (13-17): £4

Child (Under 12): £2

Tickets purchased on the turnstile will be £14 adults, £10 concessions, £6 for 13-17s and U12s £2.

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