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Match Preview: Coleshill Town v City
Posted by Andrew Dunn
Mar 15, 2019, 12:02

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Cambridge City travel to play-off chasing Coleshill Town tomorrow for more Southern league action.

The Lilywhites will be looking for a repeat of the reverse fixture in September when they secured a 2-0 win at Bridge Road.

Tomorrow, they make the trip to the midlands boosted by news that striker Josh Oyinsan is available for selection again after his four match suspension. City boss Robbie Nightingale will be without the services of Adam Capel as the defender has joined Ely City on dual registration until the end of the season. Therefore, it could be that Seb Simpson will once again partner Keano Robinson at the centre of defence unless Ollie Thorne has recovered from the injury that he sustained at Kempston Rovers two weeks ago.

The hosts have won 4 out of their last 5 games with the defeat coming at Didcot Town. Their current form has certainly put them right into play-off contention and they currently sit one place outside of the play-off spots with goal difference separating them, and their nearest challengers, Bedford Town.

Coleshill Town – This Season

Coleshill were newly promoted to the Southern League for this season, and got off to a good start as they won their first two games. However, defeat against Corby on August Bank Holiday Monday saw their form take a nosedive and saw collect just 3 points from the next 18 available. An unbeaten run then followed until Christmas and after a difficult January the form has returned which now sees them sitting in sixth position in the table with 47 points from the 30 games that they have played.







Stephen Harper-Scott

“City are due a win. It won’t be easy, but with Josh back I am going for 2-1 to the Lilywhites”.

Harvey Dunn

“City were terrible last week, so we have to improve. It’s a tough game for us as Coleshill are having an impressive season and know that a place in the play-offs is within their grasp. I will be happy with a point so I am going for a 1-1 draw”.

GOING TO THE GAME

Coleshill Town FC
Pack Meadow
Packington Lane
Coleshill
Birmingham
B46 3JJ

Kick-off is at 3:00pm.

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