25 Jan 2019
The Lane to be visited by Moles this Saturday.
Cheshunt FC welcome Molesey to Theobalds Lane on Saturday as the Ambers look to complete an unbeaten January.
When the sides met at Walton Road in October, Cheshunt were able to grind out a 1-0 victory, thanks to a first-half Thomas Wade penalty.
Cheshunt head into this game on an eight-game unbeaten run, their longest of the season.
That run has seen Craig Edwards’ side defeat Uxbridge (2-0), Ware (1-0), Northwood (2-1) and Ashford Town (1-0), and draw with Hadley (2-2), Bedfont Sports (2-2), Hertford Town (2-2) and Bracknell Town (1-1).
As a result, the Ambers sit fourth in the Bostik League South Central, and remain unbeaten at home in the league.
On the injury front, Bobby Mason, Kyle Roberts, Henry Musaj, Asher Silverman, Jack Lampe and David Ompreon remain sidelined.
However, Mark Hughes returns following the completion of his suspension, Emiel Aiken and Nicky Symons return from injury, whilst Al-Hafeez Sanusi is touch and go.
New signing Jack Lee has received international clearance and will also go into the squad.
Ahead of the game, Cheshunt Manager Craig Edwards said: “We had a really tough time with them (Molesey) down at their place. They’re obviously struggling, and it’ll be a different kind of game to last week.
“It’s a game we’ll be expected to win and I will be looking for a much-improved performance, much improved discipline from us, and hopefully we’ll also have a few players back”
Molesey have had a difficult season so far as they sit second bottom of the division, losing their last six games and going 10 games without a win.
Those six defeats have come against Waltham Abbey (3-0), South Park (3-1), Chipstead (1-0), Hayes & Yeading United (2-0), Ware (3-0) and Uxbridge (5-0).
Having scored just once in those six games, Molesey Manager Craig Lewington has moved to sign forward Reis Stanislaus, who could make his debut against Cheshunt.
Saturday’s game takes place at Theobalds Lane, postcode EN8 8RU. Kick-off is 3pm and admission prices are £10 adults, £5 concessions and £1 U16s. Come on you Ambers!
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