Witton Albion seek to extend unbeaten run on the road at Ossett Town this weekend

Northwich Guardian: Ossett Town v Witton: preview Ossett Town v Witton: preview

Ossett Town v Witton Albion (Kick off 3pm)
Evo-Stik Northern Premier League Division One North

Venue Ingfield, Prospect Road, Ossett, West Yorkshire, WF5 9HA
Admission Adults £7, Concessions (NUS/OAP) £3, Children £1, Accompanied children Free
Previous meeting Ossett 4 Witton 2 (November 8, 2008)

Ossett
Doubtful n/k
Injured n/k
Suspended none
Disciplinary (up to end of February 2012) Y43 R3
Top scorer Lee Garside (10)
Form (Past six home in league) L D D W L L
Record (Home) P15 W6 D4 L5 F16 A15 Pts22
Record (Overall) Pos16 P32 W9 D7 L16 F36 A64 Pts34

Witton (from) Cooper (GK), Booth, Gardner, Glover, Harrison, Wood, Andrews, Gahgan, Hancock, James, Schofield, Sheehan, Woolley, Buchan, Moseley, Stott, Titchiner
Doubtful none
Injured Newman (hamstring)
Suspended none
Disciplinary (up to end of February 2012) Y26 R5
Top scorer Alex Titchiner (29)
Form (Past six away in league) W W D W W W
Record (Away) P16 W10 D3 L3 F35 A17 Pts33
Record (Overall) Pos3 P32 W20 D4 L8 F69 A36 Pts64

Match pointers
WITTON Albion seek to move closer to the Evo-Stik NPL Division One North summit at mid-table Ossett Town tomorrow, Saturday.

Brian Pritchard’s men extended their unbeaten run on the road to eight matches in last week’s six-goals success at Bamber Bridge, a sequence stretching back to November.

However a midweek Mid Cheshire FA Senior Cup exit at the hands of minnows Middlewich Town did not impress the manager.

Top scorer Alex Titchiner is one goal short of 30 for the season, but strike partner Liam Newman is ruled out with a hamstring injury picked up on Tuesday.

Ashley Stott is likely to partner Titchiner in attack.

Only leading pair Curzon Ashton and AFC Fylde have conceded fewer goals than Ossett in front of their own fans to date this term.

However Town’s attack, with 16 goals from as many matches so far, has the lowest tally.

Eric Gilchrist’s team has held both Curzon and Fylde on their own pitch in the past month, but they did lose 2-0 at home to Salford City in midweek.

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