19th - 21st positions
RED denotes relegation place
|19||WINGATE AND FINCHLEY||38||-25||41||WLWLDL|
|21||EAST THURROCK UNITED||36||-16||35||LLLWWL|
Enfield Town moved out of the relegation zone last night with a fantastic 0-2 win at Billericay Town. Here are the match previews for each of the three team's games tomorrow.
WINGATE & FINCHLEY v AFC HORNCHURCH (5th)
The Blues need a win or at least a point in their fight to stay out of the bottom four with The Urchins needing a win in their race for the play off. Any other than a victory for the Essex side could see them drop from fifth to seventh depending on Kingsotnian's (6th) result at home to Bury Town and Lowestoft Town's (7th) result against Metropolitan Police at Crown Meadow. Wingate have conceded twelve goals in their last six games although this reads a little better when you take their 7-0 midweek away defeat at Lowestoft Town out of the picture. AFC have only one defeat in six which came very surprisingly at home against bottom side Cray Wanderers.
FACT - AFC Hornchurch have only failed to score in two of their eighteen away league games so far - against Wealdstone and Lowestoft Town.
|WINGATE AND FINCHLEY||6||2||1||3||4||12||-8||7|
ENFIELD TOWN V LEISTON (11th)
In the current form table there are only two teams with a better record than Enfield Town being title winner's elect Wealdstone and play-off chasing Lowestoft Town. George Borg and the squad will know all the hard graft that has been put in will be worth nothing if the good results stop and Town slip back down the league making this another must win/don't lose game. Leiston are comfortably in mid-table and since the turn of the year have a very impressive playing record winning 7 drawing 5 and losing only 2 of their 14 league games played. The only two defeats coming against Wealdstone and AFC Hornchurch. Manager Steve Ball took over in November and has done a fantastic job in keeping The Blues in the division for a second successive season. They picked up a point on the road on Tuesday evening in a 1-1 draw at Harrow Borough with ex Needham Marker attacker/midfielder Craig Parker getting their goal. Ex Waltham Abbey, Met Police and Lowestoft Town striker Emmanuel Osei (who came close to joining Town in the summer) was on the bench.
FACT - Leiston have only failed to score in three of their twenty away games so far at Lowestoft Town, Kingstonian and Bognor Regis Town.
MAIDSTONE UNITED (3rd) v EAST THURROCK UNITED
Maidstone United have hit their worst spell of form for the season over the past month or so with only one victory in their seven games played in March which came in a 4-3 win over Dulwich Hamlet at home on 15/3/14 in front of a bumper 2,296 crowd. United beat them 3-1 at Rookery Hill back on the 18th March but on the road have found goals very hard to come by. Their last five away games have read 0-3, 0-3, 0-2, 0-5 and 0-1. They have only 3 away wins (versus Carshalton Athletic, Met Police and Billericay Town) in their nineteen games played. The Cold End can see Maidstone United getting back to winning ways in this game but it will be close.
FACT - The Stones are still unbeaten in the league at The Gallagher Stadium winning 11 and drawing 9 of their twenty games played so far.
|EAST THURROCK UNITED||6||2||0||4||9||11||-2||6|