Alfreton Town will be hunting for back to back league wins as fourth meets fifth in the National League North tomorrow afternoon, kick off is 3pm.
The Reds returned to winning ways at Leamington on Saturday with a 1-0 win and a clean sheet in the process. It was a welcome return to points after a two week break which allowed Billy Heath's side to refresh and recharge.
The game at Leamington was a low-key one with chances really at a premium, however Bobby Johnson's one outstanding bit of quality after eight minutes settled the contest as he hit a goal of the season contender. Bobby's volley on the turn flew into the top corner to ultimately settle the points for the Reds.
Defensively we were also outstanding with the back-line really putting in another fabulous shift. Attention now turns back to the Impact Arena tomorrow where we look to go on another winning run and continue our push at the top end of the table.
We head into tomorrow's game looking for back to back league wins after the Leamington success, however we will be looking to bounce back from our last home outing which saw Darlington snatch all three points late on.
The Reds have lost just once at the Impact Arena (Darlington 1-2) this season with seven games played, winning four of these. Points tomorrow will once again be massive as we look to maintain our play-off spot with just three points separating us and Southport in 11th place.
Farsley Celtic currently sit in fifth in the league table with 22 points from 12 games. They are one place below us with the same points gained.
Their current playing record stands at: P12, W7, D1, L4.
After two weeks without a game due to Kidderminster Harriers’ international call-ups. The Celts be looking to bounce back after exiting the FA Cup at home last time out, as Southport ran out 5-0 winners.
Prior to that Adam Lakeland’s side had an excellent September, winning five games from five to move up to fifth in the division, and now have a game in hand on most of the teams around them.
Farsley will be looking for sixth win in seven and a fourth straight win away from home in all competitions. The Celts have only lost twice away from home in the league this season (Chester 2-1, Altrincham 3-1).
The Impact Arena, North Street, Alfreton, DE55 7FZ.
Adults: £14, Concessions: £10, U16s: £2.
Visitor information and parking:
Food and drink facilities are available with two food outlets located in the ground. Alcoholic drinks are available from the bar with covered seating and standing also available to visiting fans.
We have a small car park next to the ground for a small fee, otherwise it is street parking in the surrounding roads, but please be respectful to our neighbours.
Form (Last five):
Reds - LDLLW
Farsley - WWWWL
Last Time Out:
Saturday 24th November 2018: FA Trophy: ATFC 0-2 Farsley Celtic
Goals from Cartman and Spencer sealed progression into the FA Trophy First Round when we last faced the Celts last season. The visitors were in the league below at the time and produced a disciplined performance to dump the Reds out of the competition.