Hornchurch boss on guard, Boro aim to bounce back
Ryman Premier Division
Hornchurch v Bury
Urchins made it five wins in six league outings with a 1-0 success over Wingate at the weekend.
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Rickie Hayles popped up with the only goal of the game at Bridge Avenue, his first since returning to the club from East Thurrock.
Bury, meanwhile, were on the wrong end of an FA Cup giantkilling, losing 1-0 at Division One North side Redbridge.
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“It’s a dangerous time to play them,” said Urchins boss Jimmy McFarlane.
“They will be like a wounded animal, but the way we’re playing, we shouldn’t fear anybody. We’re looking forward to it.”
Aaron Gayle is rated as a ‘possible’ for tonight’s action, having missed Saturday’s clash with Wingate, but Dave McSweeney is out with a groin strain.
Ryman Division 1N
Chatham Town v Romford
Boro tasted league defeat for only the second time this season when going down 1-0 at Enfield Town on Saturday.
Paul Martin’s men had gone seven games unbeaten since their opening-day reverse at Harlow, with plenty of goals scored and conceded along the way.
And they will be keen to get back on the points trail as they face new boys Chatham, who have lost three of their last four league and cup matches.
How to find Chatham Town
From M2: Exit junction 3 and follow directions for Chatham & Town Centre. You will pass a Homebase and Toys ‘R’ Us on the left. Continue straight over the roundabout and bear right at a split in the road on to Maidstone Road. Follow this, continuing straight over the crossroads and Bournville Road is opposite a petrol station. Take the first left for the ground entrance.
By Rail: Take train to Chatham Station. Turn right on leaving the station and right again onto Maidstone Road. Continue past a cemetery on the left, then ground is next left.