Monday, 17 November 2014

TWENTY-FIVE DAYS

Enfield Town's scheduled Monday evening Ryman Premier Division game at Billericay Town was called off earlier today due to a waterlogged pitch at New Lodge. This means it will have been an amazing twenty-five days since Town's last league game, which was the memorable 3-1 home victory against Margate, when Saturday's game at Kingstonian takes place. This is down to a combination of FA Trophy (Town played Dereham Town on 1st November and then Town's potential league opponents Witham Town played Truro City on Saturday 15th November) and FA Cup games (Town were due to play East Thurrock United on Saturday 8th November but they played Hartlepool United).

There are four Ryman Premier Division games due to be played this midweek. Hampton and Richmond Borough (16th position) play Canvey Island (15th), Harrow Borough (21st) welcome Bury Town (23rd) to Earlsmead in a relegation six pointer game and Witham Town (19th) play third-placed Hendon on Tuesday evening.

On Wednesday night Grays Athletic (12th) welcome seventh placed Metropolitan Police. A victory for the Police would see them go one point below Dulwich in fifth place on the edge of the play-off zone.

Thursday evening see's Maidstone United playing League Two side Stevenage FC in their FA Cup 1st Round replay which is live on BT Sport. This game is sold-out so there will a great atmosphere inside The Gallagher Stadium with the home fan's looking for some cup magic and a potential upset.

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