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Match Preview: Biggleswade v City
Posted by Andrew Dunn
Nov 7, 2017, 09:24

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Cambridge City head to Biggleswade tonight in the second round of the Bigfreebet.com Challenge Cup.

Biggleswade currently sit 16th in the Premier Division table having won 4 league matches at home this season. In the last round they saw off the challenge of Arlesey as they secured a 1-0 win over the East Division strugglers.

Whilst Biggleswade were recording that victory City comprehensively despatched of landlords St Ives courtesy of a 6-2 victory. The Lilywhites make the short trip to Bedfordshire boosted by a return to winning ways following their victory over Fleet Town on Saturday. During that match boss Robbie Nightingale lost the services of both Ian Miller and Tom Knowles through injury so both are considered doubtful for the trip tonight. Elsewhere, Ryan Towner may come back into contention if he has recovered from the illness that prevented him from seeing any action at the weekend.

Kick-off at The Carlsberg Stadium is 7:45pm. If the scores are level after 90 minutes then the match will go straight to a penalty shoot-out.

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Biggleswade Town FC
The Carlsberg Stadium
Langford Road
BIGGLESWADE
Beds
SG18 9JT

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