Thursday, 17 August 2017


Burgess Hill Town v Folkestone Invicta
Dulwich Hamlet v Billericay Town 
Enfield Town v Metropolitan Police 
Hendon v Harlow Town 
Leatherhead v Harrow Borough 
Lowestoft Town v Worthing 
Margate v Leiston 
Merstham v Tooting & Mitcham United 
Needham Market v Wingate & Finchley 
Staines Town v Kingstonian 
Thurrock v Dorking Wanderers 
Tonbridge Angels v Brightlingsea Regent

After two games played many fans would of predicted that the game between Dulwich Hamlet and Billericay Town would of been a top of the table clash but it's Harrow Borough's visit to Leatherhead which takes that title. 

Both The Tanners and Borough along with Leiston are the only sides left with a 100% winning record. Harlow Town, Lowestoft Town, Thurrock, Wingate and Finchley and Worthing are sides left without a point so far but it's early days in the season of course. 

As well as the game at Fetcham Grove two others stand out - the previously mentioned clash at Champion Hill and Margate v Leiston who are teams expected to do well by many fans. The game in South London is bound to attract a massive crowd. Hamlet were 2-1 down in midweek away to Harlow Town going into the last 10 minutes but left with all three points thanks to two late goals from substitute Muhammadu Faal who was playing in Italy for Serie D side "L'Aquila Calcio" last year and played for Essex Senior League side Waltham Forest in their opening game of the season. Billericay Town won 1-2 at Lowestoft Town thanks to goals from Jake Robinson and Louie Theophanous. 

Staines Town, thanks to their six goals against Tooting and Mitcham United on Tuesday, have the best attack on seven goals scored host one of the teams left who have yet to concede a goal in Kingstonian. 

Matthew Briggs, Niko Muir and Ant O'Connor lead the early race for the division's golden boot on three goals each so far. 

If you fancy a bet Dulwich Hamlet are rated at 13/8 to win with an away victory at 11/10 and the draw being 11/4. 

In the top of the table clash Leatherhead are 1/1 with Harrow Borough at 2/1 and a draw at 5/2. 

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