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Match Preview: City v Dunstable Town
Posted by Andrew Dunn
Jan 25, 2019, 15:23

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Cambridge City host Dunstable Town tomorrow as the Lilywhites go looking for their first home league win since 10 November.

Despite a lack of 3 points at home, the indications are that City are beginning to turn the long awaited corner following a bad run of results during November and December. Last week, City secured a comfortable 4-0 win at Yaxley which came off the back of a 0-0 draw against Barton Rovers in their last home match a fortnight ago.

Tomorrow, City will be without Lewis Whitehead who this week joined Newmarket Town on dual registration. Meanwhile, Josh Oyinsan will be looking to carry on from where he left off last week. The tall striker got a hat-trick at Yaxley and will be looking to continue his goal scoring touch. Joel Gyasi looks set to make his home debut after signing from Bedford Town last week.

The visitors arrive two places above the relegation zone, but seven points clear. Despite their position, they will be full of confidence after inflicting defeat on high flying Bromsgrove Sporting last weekend. A 3-2 win certainly sent shock waves through the division and opened the title race.

DUNSTABLE TOWN: Last six

H BROMSGROVE SPORTING W 3-2
A BERKAMSTED L 3-0
H SUTTON COLDFIELD TOWN L 1-0
A WELWYN GARDEN CITY W 1-0
H NORTH LEIGH W 4-0
A AFC DUNSTABLE L 4-2







Harvey Dunn

"It was good to finally get a win last weekend. We played some really good stuff and dominated the game from start to finish. Dunstable Town will be another test for us. They have some good players and come off the back of an excellent win last week. I will be happy with a point so I am going for a 1-1 draw".

Katie Perring

"I was really impressed last week at Yaxley. Our spirits should be lifted and we should be full of confidence. Josh is firing at the moment for us up front and I think the boys will be up for it, so I am going for a 2-0 win"

Stephen Harper-Scott

"We played some really good football last week. Admittedly, the pitch suited us and when we play on a decent surface we look really good. If the pitch is good for Saturday, then I predict we will continue with our excellent passing game so I am going for a 2-0 City win".

The match tomorrow is being sponsored by Coversure Insurance and guests of the Football in the Community programme are Swavesey Spartans Under 14ís Girls.

Kick-off at Bridge Road tomorrow is at 3:00pm.

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