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Cirencester v Bideford - Preview, Form Guide and Prediction

CIRENCESTER Town will be aiming to get back to winning ways when they take on Bideford at the Corinium Stadium on Saturday.

The Centurions have gone four games without a win but ended a run of successive defeats with a 2-2 draw at local rivals Slimbridge.

It's another vital game in Cirencester's pursuit of the play-offs. Here is everything you need to know about Saturday's game.

Opposition: Bideford AFC (11th)

Venue: Corinium Stadium Kick off: 3pm




Slimbridge (a) - D - 2-2

Winchester City (a) - L - 3-2

Blackfield & Langley (h) - L - 3-2

Cinderford Town (a) - D - 1-1

Melksham Town (h) - W - 4-0

Mangotsfield United - (a) - W - 5-1

- Four without a win - Top scorers in the division

- Lost 3 out of 12 at home


Street (h) - L - 1-0

Bristol Manor Farm (h) - W - 3-1

Fleet Town (a) - L - 3-2

Yate Town (h) - W - 3-1

Evesham United (a) - W - 3-1

Paulton Rovers - (h) - W - 3-2

- Won six of their last eight

- Four points off the play-offs

- Won four out of 12 away from home


Bideford 4-0 Cirencester - Saturday, October 20

A day to forget for Cirencester.

Bideford were in front after just two minutes through Ryan Turner. He scored his second eleven minutes before half time to give Cirencester a difficult task.

Billy Tucker and Liam Gregory scored in the last 10 minutes to pile more misery onto Charlie Griffin's side.


After four wins and a flurry of goals over the festive period, 2019 hasn't quite gone to plan for Cirencester who haven't won since January 5.

Sixth place AFC Totton are just a point behind them and have a game in hand as their place in the play-offs is now seriously under threat.

The Centurions had great chances to win the game against Slimbridge but started the game poorly.

They need to be fully focused and a fast start will be needed against a Bideford side who have claimed some big scalps this season.

They are one of just three teams to beat Yate Town while they also went to Evesham United and won.

Bideford will harbour hopes of making a late dash for the play-offs and could find themselves just a point behind Cirencester with victory at the weekend.


Cirencester 2-2 Bideford

This entry was posted on 15 February 2019 at 10:48 and is filed under First Team | Miscellaneous. You can leave a response here.

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