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Frome Town Preview

Cirencester Town make the trip to Somerset tomorrow evening (Weds 2nd Nov) to take on Frome Town in the Red Insure League Cup.

The two teams met in early September in the league at the Corinium Stadium with Frome taking all three points with a 1-0 victory after a Matt Smith header (pictured below)

Ciren v Frome

Frome Town's form over the last five games have seen them win 2 draw 1 and lose 2 and their top goalscorers are Matt Smith, Ricky Hulbert and Josh Brigham who all have 4 goals apiece. With two no nonsense centre backs in Jamie Cheeseman and Dean Flockton and good vocal support from the Frome Town crowd the Aldersmith Stadium is always a difficult place to go.

 

Cirencester Town go into the game with two wins and a draw and definite signs of improvement but tomorrows game will prove difficult with the team hit by a number of injuries and unavailability.

Ben Reardon - Back in training but still at least a week away from some game-time with the development team.

Jody Bevan - Still out with knee ligament damage.

Matt Sysum - Knee ligament damage and looking unlikely he will play again this season.

Richard Mansell - Stretchered off on Saturday and waiting to see a knee specialist though looking likely he will be out for some time.

Zak Westlake - Unfortunately injured in a car crash on the way home from the game on Saturday and although the injuries are thought not to be too serious they will keep him out for the next few games.

Charlie Comyn-Platt - Registered now after receiving international clearance but injured in training last week and will not be risked with Saturdays FA Trophy game in mind.

Nathan Davies - Unavailable due to work commitments.

 

Adam Mayo returns after suspension and Mike Tambling returns after work commitments that have kept him out of the last two games. It is also hoped that two players will be signed on loan from clubs higher up the pyramid but there is a race against time to sort the paperwork out with their respective clubs, the FA and Southern League so this may or may not happen.

This entry was posted on 01 November 2011 at 15:14. You can leave a response here.

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