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Northwich Victoria manager Paul Simpson seeks a first league win at North Ferriby United
North Ferriby United v Northwich Victoria (Kick off 3pm)
Evo-Stik League Premier Division
Venue Rapid Solicitors Stadium, Church Road, North Ferriby, HU14 3AB
Away Travel Leaves Memorial Hall at 10am (Adults pay £12, concessions £10)
Referee Neil Sharp (Hartlepool)
Admission Adults £9, Concessions (NUS/OAP) £5
Odds (Coral) North Ferriby 11/5, Draw 5/2, Vics 10/11
Last season North Ferriby 1 Vics 2 (March 12, 2011)
North Ferriby (from) Nicklin (GK), Wilson (GK), Anderson, Belcher, Denton, Foot, Larvin, Peat, Riordan, Williams, Bolder, Brooksby, Fry, Taylor, Thompson, Bradshaw, Danny Clarke,
Disciplinary (to end of January 2012) Y47 R2
Top scorer Gary Bradshaw (14)
Form (Past six home in league) D D D W W W
Record (Home) P13 W6 D3 L4 F20 A16 Pt21
Record (Overall) Pos14 P27 W10 D5 L12 F34 A49 Pts35
Vics (from) Hinchliffe (GK), Collins, Disney, Short, Smyth, Abbott, Armstrong, Ennis, Fitzpatrick, Kinsella, Riley, Roddy, Woolfe, Budrys, Michael Clarke, Evans, Johnson,
Suspended Field (two matches)
Disciplinary (to end of January2012) Y40 R4
Top scorer Wayne Riley (15)
Form (Past six away in league) D W W L W W
Record (Away) P12 W9 D2 L1 F26 A10 Pt29
Record (Overall) Pos4 P27 W17 D6 L4 F50 A24 Pts54 (three points deducted)
Title odds (Bet Victor) 33/1
PAUL Simpson takes charge of promotion hopefuls Northwich for the first time in an Evo-Stik NPL Premier Division encounter at North Ferriby United tomorrow, Saturday.
Banned Tom Field is the only absentee for the visitors, who eased through to the FA Trophy quarter finals in midweek after thrashing Hampton & Richmond Borough.
Vics have won only one of their past five league encounters, but their away form remains solid with a single defeat from a dozen road trips this term.
Ryan Wade’s impressive cameo in midweek means he pushes Jordan Johnson for a start, while Sean Kinsella is available again after sitting out Tuesday’s win because he was ineligible.
Hosts North Ferriby have yet to score a league goal in 2012, a run of five scoreless matches.
The Vilagers slumped to a new low last weekend, shipping seven goals at strugglers Stocksbridge Park Steels in a club record defeat.
They at least returned to winning ways in midweek when sending Bradford Park Avenue out of the Doodson Sport Cup, Russ Fry scoring twice from the spot in a 2-1 success.
Manager Billy Heath has lost front man Alex Davidson, to Bradford, and Buxton-bound Peter Davidson in recent weeks, but top scorer Gary Bradshaw remains.
North Ferriby are unbeaten in seven Premier Division encounters at their Rapid Solicitor Stadium, a sequence stretching back to September 24.
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