FA TROPHY PREVIEW
Hornchurch, Romford hit the road
AFC Totton v ROMFORD
Romford’s last 5: LWDWW
Boro go to Hampshire hunting the ‘Mighty Stags’ and a handy �3,000 in prize money.
Both sides occupy third place in their respective divisions, Boro moving up in Ryman One North after a 2-0 midweek win over Grays, while Totton are handily placed in the Southern League’s South & West Division One.
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The home side are averaging almost three goals per game in league play, while Paul Martin’s miserly Boro have recorded four successive clean sheets and conceded just five goals in 11 league games.
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Hornchurch’s last 5: DLWWW
Hornchurch head to Hartsdown Road in high spirits on a three-game winning streak.
Success at Bury and Hastings lifted Urchins to eighth in the Ryman Premier Division table, five places and three points above their hosts.
Manager Jimmy McFarlane should have a full squad to choose from, with the exception of long-term injury victim Jamie Dormer.
Gate’s leading scorer, 10-goal Shaun Welford, missed their midweek stalemate at Concord with a tendon injury, while new loan signing Andy White received his marching orders on his debut for two bookings.