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Match Preview: Thame United v City
Posted by Andrew Dunn
Jan 4, 2019, 13:45

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Cambridge City face another difficult game when they travel to Thame United tomorrow.

The hosts currently sit 4th in the table with 35 points from their 20 games they have played to date. They have won 6 at home and 5 away, with their latest victory coming on New Years Day when they recorded a 1-0 victory over Kidlington. Despite being 4th in the table, they did lose 3 times during December against Sutton Coldfield, Berkhamsted and Dunstable Town.

City make the trip to Oxfordshire looking for points as they enter the new year with back to back defeats against Corby and Peterborough Sports. Alarmingly, City have only won once in the last nine league outings but will face a tough test tomorrow. With Ryan Sharman being transfer listed, City will also be without Keano Robinson who is unavailable. Therefore, it looks like Adam Capel will step up and partner Jordan Odofin at the heart of the City defence. In a week of more change at City, Joe Robinson has also departed to join Kings Lynn Town. This coming on the back of James Hall moving to St Neots Town.

What do we know about Thame United??

Thame were formed in 1883 and play their home games at the ASM Stadium. Their home colours are red and black and their current manager is Mark West. Their stadium is a 20 acre site and is also home to a number of local youth and community teams, 7 pitches including multiple astroturf training pitches, club bar and function rooms.

Can City return to winning ways??

Stephen Harper-Scott:

"Itís hard to predict anything with City at the moment. It all depends on what team comes out of the changing room, and this also includes the second half because at Corby last week we never showed up for the second period. I would love us to return to winning ways, but instead of hoping, I am going to pray for a 2-1 City win"

Harvey Dunn

"Itís been a difficult week losing 2 games on the bounce, and losing heavily too. We really need to stop the rot but we are playing a team tomorrow who have a big attacking threat and score a lot of goals. It will be another massive test for us, and with departures to key personnel this week I canít see us returning back to winning ways yet, so I am going for 2-1 defeatĒ.

Kick-off at the ASM Stadium is at 3:00pm


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