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Match Preview: Cinderford v City
Posted by Andrew Dunn
Apr 11, 2017, 15:02

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The eyes of Cambridge City fans will be glued on the Causeway Stadium in Cinderford tonight as the Lilywhites go seeking for another crucial victory.

A win against the already relegated basement club will pull City level on points with Kings Langley the team just one place above the drop zone albeit with a better goal difference.

City will certainly be looking to complete the job after making the trip to the West Country already this season only to see the match abandoned with a few minutes to go and frustratingly with City poised to take the points.

The Lilywhites certainly make the trip full of confidence after two massive wins in the last 10 days. The reverse fixture against the Foresters went the way of City at Westwood Road. It was then followed by another crucial win against fellow strugglers Cirencester at the weekend.

With the stakes so high, Robbie Nightingale will be going all out for victory and will be hoping that the form of Norman Wabo and Dan Walker will continue after the two loan strikers from Southend were in the goals at the weekend.

So its a crucial game for City and updates will be available across social media throughout the game with a match summary of all the action on the official website after the full time whistle.

Kick-off is at 7:45pm.

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