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PUBLISHED: 08:00 16 February 2013

Tempers boiled over in Haverings match with Crostyx (Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO)

Tempers boiled over in Haverings match with Crostyx (Gavin Ellis/TGSPHOTO)

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Our guide to the weekend’s fixtures

East Premier B

Colchester v Havering (12.30pm)

Havering slipped to fifth after a 2-0 home defeat against Crostyx last weekend.

But they will look to get their promotion bid back on track at bottom club Colchester, who slipped to a 6-4 defeat at Harleston last time out.

Honours finished even when the two sides met at Campion in late October in a 2-2 draw.

Division 2S

Brentwood v Upminster (Sawyer Hall, 12.30pm)

Upminster romped to a 7-0 win over Stevenage last weekend and moved six points clear at the top of the table.

Brentwood slumped to a 5-2 defeat at West Herts, but nothing would give them greater pleasure than a derby upset.

A single goal proved enough for Upminster to win when the two sides met at Coopers in late October.

Division 4SE

Romford v Harlow (1pm)

Romford are looking over their shoulders at the bottom three after losing a seven-goal thriller at Chelmsford 3rds last weekend.

They hold only a one-point lead over Brentwood 3rds, but could close the gap on Harlow with victory at Robert Clack.

The spoils were shared in a 2-2 draw when the sides met in late October, but a Romford win in the return would leave them three points behind Harlow heading into the final month of the campaign.

Other fixtures, Div 3SE: Havering II v Crostyx II (1pm); Saffron Walden II v Brentwood II (Newport Free Grammar, 12pm); Upminster II v Colchester II (1pm).

Div 4SE: Brentwood III v W Forest II (Sawyer Hall, 3.30pm).

Div 5SE: Old de Ferrians v Upminster III (William De Ferrers, 12pm).

Div 6SE: Brentwood V v Maldon II (Sawyer Hall, 2pm); East London IV v Havering III (Mile End, 11am); Old Southendian IV v Upminster IV (12.30pm); S Walden IV v Romford II (Newport Free, 10.30am); Wapping VI v Brentwood IV (John Orwell, 11.30am).

Div 8SE: Brentwood Academy v Havering IV (11am).

Div 9SE: S Walden VII v Romford III (Newport Free, 3pm); Upminster VI v S Walden VIII (2.30pm).

Women’s Premier: St Albans v Upminster (Oaklands College, 2.15pm).

Div 2SE: Havering v Ashford (11.30am).

Essex Division 1: Brentwood III v Wapping IV (Brentwood School, 2pm); Essex Uni v Brentwood II (10.30am); Southend II v Romford (Sweyne Park School, 12.45pm); Witham v Havering III (Bramston, 12.30pm).

Div 2: Upminster III v Colchester III (11.30am).

Div 3: Maldon v Havering IV (William De Ferrers, 1.30pm)

Div 4: Romford II v Southend III (3pm).

Div 5: Phoenix III v Brentwood V (Four Releet, 10am); Upminster IV v Wapping VI (10am); Witham II v Upminster V (Bramston, 2pm).

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