If you're Enfield based and can't make the trip down to Margate why not pop down to Goldsdown Road to see The Limers in action versus Wolverton Town. Kick off is at 3pm.
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This year, we played out a 1-1 draw at The New Park, so we go into this game without a win against them in three attempts. Unfortunately though, we desperately need a win if we are to keep our rivals off our backs.
Wolverton's away form has been better than at home, with three out of their four victories being away, however, we have been strong at home, unbeaten and winning six out of the eight fixtures with thirty-five goals scored.
We are fifteen games unbeaten, home and away, and with three new signings, we are confident and looking forward to the challenge.
We left it late versus Tring Corinthians at the weekend, with Ola Akinwande's 90th minute strike, saving the day - but a win is a win.
Losing three key players, as we have done recently, has gone, largely, unnoticed, as we have enjoyed six straight victories and three clean sheets in the last three games, however, football being what it is, that just gives us more to lose, so it will be a tense one, for sure.
If we get it right, then a midweek victory at home vs Aston Clinton puts us second in the league - what an achievement and psychological edge that would be.
I am too old to count my chickens though, and know that in football, an awkward bounce can make or break a season, so we wait, agog in anticipation as to what happens from here.
Whatever happens, we are up for the challenge - it's why we turn up.
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