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Match Preview: City v AFC Dunstable
Posted by Andrew Dunn
Feb 15, 2019, 11:20

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Cambridge City will look to extend their unbeaten run tomorrow as they take on AFC Dunstable at Bridge Road.

Last weekend saw the Lilywhites cruise to victory over struggling North Leigh as they recorded a resounding 6-1 win. The match saw Josh Oyinsan get another hat-trick Ė his second in a month following the 3 goals he got against Yaxley in January.

AFC Dunstable arrive having secured a point against Barton Rovers at the weekend. Prior to that, they had an excellent January that saw them lose just one game at Didcot Town. Wins against Bedford, Aylesbury, Coleshill and North Leigh have seen them go on a similar run to City and they sit just one place above the Lilywhites in the table. The reverse fixture in December was played in terrible conditions and finished in a 1-1 draw.

Prediction Panel

Katie Perring:"Following our victory last week, I feel the boys are on a high. I think Josh Oyinsan will be in the goals again and although Dunstable are close to us in the table I think we will have too much. I am going for 3-0 City".

Stephen Harper-Scott: "I agree with Katie. I am going for 3-0 City. I liked the look of Ollie Thorne last week and with his vocal presence we have certainly tightened up at the back so I think we will win".

Harvey Dunn:"It was great to get a home win last week. It was a solid performance and I am going for another win. It won't be easy though as AFC Dunstable have been a bit of a bogey team for us in the past but I am going for a 2-0 win to City".

The match tomorrow is very kindly sponsored by the Mortgage Advice Bureau and Tony Rule. The match ball is being sponsored by William Coles Mitchell who is being accompanied by his uncle, Geoff Brown.

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

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