10 Jan 2019
The Ash Trees visit the Lane.
Cheshunt FC will look to build on their excellent festive period as they welcome Ashford Town (Middlesex) to Theobalds Lane.
When the sides met at the Robert Parker Stadium earlier this year it finished in a 1-1 draw, Olu Akinsanya on the scoresheet that day for the Ambers.
Cheshunt FC head into this game on the back of a six-game unbeaten run, winning three of their last four, following their defeat to basement side Egham Town.
That run has seen Craig Edwards’ side defeat Uxbridge (2-0), Ware (1-0) and Northwood (2-1), whilst they have drawn with Hadley, Bedfont Sports and Hertford Town (all 2-2).
As a result, Cheshunt sit fourth in the division, and remain unbeaten at home, although they have drawn six of their 10 games at Theobalds Lane.
On the injury front, Kyle Roberts, David Ompreon, Bobby Mason and Asher Silverman all remain out with long-term injuries. Mark Hughes serves the second of a three-match ban and David Kendall is doubtful, however on a positive note Emile Aiken is available for selection.
Ashford Town will be looking to put forward their play-off credentials with a win against Cheshunt.
The Ash Trees currently lie seventh in the league, four points behind Cheshunt with both sides having played 20 games.
Ashford have been inconsistent of late, with three wins and three defeats in their last six game. The defeats came to Chipstead (4-1), Hanwell Town (4-1) and Bedfont Sports (4-0), whilst they have beaten Chalfont St Peter (2-0), Egham Town (2-1) and Southall (2-1).
Scott Weight, Jack Beadle and James Cottee are all doubtful through injury.
Saturday’s game takes place at Theobalds Lane, postcode EN8 8RU. Kick off is 3pm and admission prices are just £10 adults, £5 concessions and £1 U16s. Come on you Ambers!
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