This Saturday we are at home to fifth-placed Hastings United for what is the biggest game of the day in our division.
We are anticipating a bumper crowd for this fixture with no Premier League distractions. Hastings are also one of the better supported teams in the league and usually travel in good numbers.
Despite issues relating to a possible move away from their current stadium Hastings are having a good season on the field. Under a new manager who is in his second spell, they have won their last three league games and have 23 points from 14 matches.
Their top scorers are Davide Rodari with nine goals and Femi Akinwande with eight.
“Hastings have an excellent side who have been riding high in recent weeks. They are in good form so it’s a tough test,” said Gavin Macpherson.
“Apart from North Greenford, the boys have responded magnificently to the challenge I set them following the Lewes result. I’ve been delighted with their application and desire to win football matches, the main focus for any team at this level, we need to keep going, if you don’t there are plenty of good teams who will take advantage”.
Last Saturday the Car Park was full before kickoff so you may want to arrive a little earlier than usual to use the car park.
Tickets for our forthcoming home games are available here: